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msxml3.dll error '80070008'

Posted on 2004-08-06
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in my page i use xml to proceed an url and the results which url gives me i stored them in an array....i use microsoft sql server ,and asp..

below is my code and the error which gives me..
<%
'Dim strHost, strReferer
'strHost = Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_HOST")

'strReferer = Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_REFERER")

domainName=Request.Form("domainname")

Response.Buffer = true

Dim objXMLHTTP, xml, text

'Set xml=Server.CreateObject ("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
'Or if this dosn't work then try :
Set xml=Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP")

xml.Open "GET", "http://grwhois.ics.forth.gr:800/plainwhois/plainWhois?domainName=" & domainName, false

xml.Send

text = xml.ResponseText
response.Write(text)

Set xml=Nothing

%>
in my page below of the above i check this and i dont know if it right...
<%if not(xml.text(domainName)) then%>
follows a form which if the user choose an domain which is availiable could register it.
<%else%>
follows another form which says to user that the domain which choose is not availiable and he could see to whom belongs the domain and try new check for domain
<%end if%>

the error which gives me is the below:

msxml3.dll error '80070008'

Not enough storage is available to process this command.

/gr/checkdomain.asp, line 31

what can i do.....im confused
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by:dakanali
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i need help in the above question there is anybody who coul told me what can i do it....???
 yours sincerly , dakanali
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by:dakanali
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Could help me with the above question..?
Please ....i am confused....
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by:dakanali
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i found solution to my prolem i wrote the below in the conditional statement...
<%if inStr(1, xmlhttp.ResponseText, domainName, vbTextCompare) then %>
the fisrt form
<%else%>
the second form
<%end if%>
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