testing a .net web service

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Web Service
I am having a problem trying to test a web service that wast last worked on 2 years ago. I was not involved but the project is mine now ( I've only been working with .NET about 4 months). It is web based an passes a large customer order XML file that has the schema embedded. The web service and test order XML document are on my local machine currently. Once the data is parsed by the web service it loads the order information to our i-Series for processing. What is the best way to test this, passing the XML document as a parameter? I've tried using a web form and and input field but it won't hold all the data from the XML document. The customer order may have a few hundred items, making the XML document a few thousand lines in size. Any suggestions would be great!

Software/Hardware used:
vs2005, vs2008, i-series,

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