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i'm using the execute method with the Microsoft internet transfer control. i'm trying to use the POST parameter and send data to my webserver. it doesn't seem to attach any of the data that i send. What is the proper method to send a string of data using the post method with the INET Transfer control. by the way, the Microsoft help example doesn't work.
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Try this

Inet1.Execute operation:="PUT " & SourcePath & " " & "." & strPath & strFile
     
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If you cant get PUT to work try this... I know it works:
Inet1.URL = "ftp://ftp.your.net"
Inet1.UserName = "yourname"
Inet1.Password = "password"
Inet1.Execute , "SEND C:\FTPtest.txt /www/yourdir/FTPtest.txt"
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