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Upload via active x, -how?

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Hello, world!

I need to know how I do uploads in an ACTIVE-X. (I've made an .exe, that contain document and forms). The appl. will be called from a webpage, and I want an upload -function, commando .. whatever.
Can you help??

50p for you then.
thanks!
Catt

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When using Visual Basic 5.0, you can use the Internet Transfer control, to implement the the FTP protocol. The Internet Transfer control uses both the FTP protocol and the HTTP protocol, which allows it to download data and files, making it the logical choice for creating an automated FTP download application.  Common FTP commands, such as CD and GET, are supported through the Execute method.


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