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Hello,
I'm trying to write a function that will let me post a request (with post data) to a webserver and that will return the result of the request(usually the html-file).

I have looked at inet functions but everytime I try an example they do not incoorperate the posting of data. They all just request a page... (CInternetSession.OpenURL(...) )

Any pointers on where to find more would be appriciated..

Thanks,
Tom
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HOWTO: Simulate a Form POST Request Using WinInet
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q165/2/98.asp
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chensu, your'e a legend !!
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chensu, for next time. Can you tell me what the URL is to search through the knowledge base articles ? Or do you use technet ?
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