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Fix and document iOS Class to connect with SOAP style Web Services

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Project Description

I have a prototype project written using Xcode for iOS that attempts to log in to a web site that is currently under construction, using an existing web service.

I need the following;

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Run Test on [url removed, login to view] native SOAP web service – (This new service allows users to log in to the web site that is currently under construction – we need to prove this works).

I have example 'solution' from the developer of the service that will run in Visual Studio which I can supply – please only bid for this project if you have [url removed, login to view] resource/experience and can carry out this test.

Take my iPhone App 'log in' prototype, featuring a third party written SOAP handler which currently does not work with the log in service and fix/replace it so that it does.

Provide a test example Xcode project that uses the finished SOAP class with another test Web Service e.g.
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Show how to use the SOAP class with a 'step by step' guide in written english or better still a video showing how the test iOS project was built, the SOAP class added and interface to the SOAP classes were added to send/receive messages from the service.

Milestone payments will be made thus;

Test Service 5%

Fix SOAP Class 37.5%

Example of Use 37.5%
(Documented)

Communication Bonus 20%
Comms Bonus is paid to Freelancer who provides status updates at agreed intervals (too many 'disappear' without explanation for prolonged intervals!)

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