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geting data from asp in VB-Report

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i'm coding a ActiveX control using the VBReport to print the data inputed in asp,but wondering about how to get the data in VB?
By the way,i had settled the problem about ActiveXctrl-distribution,thank you Mr.PBall!
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Use this code.  It will load the output from an ASP page into a local variable:
Add the INet control to the form.

YourVariable= Inet1.OpenURL("http://your.server.com/directory/to/asp/youfile.asp")

if you do a Msgbox YourVariable, you will get the content of the output in the messagebox.
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Thanks a lot,i think it will do good to me.
As a beginner i want to make it detail that if i can get plural output from asp and get them identically? and the output from asp means the value of input-type of form or by "location.href("http://../../asp/youfile.asp?a=3&b="gg"&..") ?
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What my suggestion does is send the entire HTML document to a variable in your VB program.  It is up to you to parse the info out.  I recommend that you create your ASP page so that the info is easily parsed... ie have it setup like this

a=3<BR>
c=gg<BR>
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then search for "a=" in the body... you can get the vale from that then.
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