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Is there anyone out there who has mastered to retrieve some data programmatically from Eloqua?

First of all, I'm more or less a newbie, as far as JAVA. I can follow tutorials, take directions and will Google till my fingers bleed. I understand the basics and am slightly familiar with OOP. My main problem is that I have a Friday deadline (and tomorrow is Thanksgiving).

At any rate, all the Eloqua code snippets (that I've been able to find) illustrate one aspect of a specific issue, and that's it.

In my case, I would greatly appreciate a JAVA project of some sort, with all the necessary files to do web services (WSDL, SOAP and perhaps WSIT) and the main class and all that included.

No, I don't want you to do my work for me! Just give me enough to find my way around, enter the information I need to retrieve and all that. I'll take it from there.

Any pointers, links or suggestions?

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Well, it's been a while but here are some projects on GitHub that may offer some guidance:

There is also a TopLiner article going into some detail with Java and Eclipse. It was noted that there may be some issues with it and the comments indicate possible paths to take to fix them.

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Thank you! Gary, I greatly appreciate your feedback. – Shawn Spencer May 17 '12 at 15:10

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