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Sending xml in HTTP post

Posted on 2004-09-09
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Sorry im new to VB, i have this code fragment which posts to a url and then prints out the responce. Assuming i had some xml in the form of a string, how would i fire it at the this address? would it be a parameter of req.send?



Private Sub Command1_Click()

Dim req As New MSXML2.XMLHTTP30

req.Open "POST", "http://195.217.202.154/application/cmti/querylogin.asp?", False
' Set the HTTP Headers
req.setRequestHeader "HOST", "localhost"
req.setRequestHeader "Content-Type", "multipart/form-data"

req.send

Dim responseStr As String
responseStr = "Content-Type: " & req.getResponseHeader("Content-Type") & vbCrLf
responseStr = responseStr & "Content-Length: " & req.getResponseHeader("Content-Length") & vbCrLf
responseStr = responseStr & req.responseText & vbCrLf & req.responseBody & vbCrLf & req.statusText
Debug.Print responseStr

End Sub
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req.send YourXMLString
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I think that points should be splitted
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