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TIdHTTP in a Service Application

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Hi experts,

I created a little program in BDS 2006 that retrieves a page from the internet using the Indy tIdHTTP component. This works great. However, I would like to turn it into a Service Application, i.e. without a form.

Now how can I use this component if I don't have a form to drag it on?

thanks,
Michiel
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create it like this:

idHTTP1 := TidHTTP.Create(nil);

and do not forget to destroy it...
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Up and running as we spek.
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