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Can we program ISAPI with visual basic Ver 5 or 6.If yes, we would be pleased if you can provide us some sample codes.



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This is the only sample I have ever seen of this, by Carl Franklin.

http://ftp.cgvb.com/pub/misc/oleisapi.zip
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Hi synect, that's probably the only sample you'll find on the Internet of isapi in VB.
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Paul_Hews, are you saying, this:

Method_Get(Request As String, Response As String)

is all you need for a standard ISAPI interface?
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Not a standard ISAPI call, but an interface to ISAPI through OLEISAPI.dll.  The methods to your class are called by OLEISAPI as specified in the action paramter of the html form.

<form action="http:// myserver/scripts/oleisapi.dll/MyDll.MyClass.MyMethod" method="POST">


The Request is passed in, the Response is returned back.

I played around a bit with this before I discovered ASP, and now, because of ASP it is considered defunct technology.
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The questioner should have asked my question ;-)

Thanks.
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>The questioner should have asked my question ;-)

Agreed.  Good to have it in the database.  Thanks.
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