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Need Classic ASP vCard Script

Posted on 2006-07-12
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Anyone know where I can find a tutorial on building a vCard for a site using CLASSIC ASP. Finding all sorts of of stuff for .net  but not much else.

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not sure how much these will help, but here's a shot in the dark.

http://www.codecomments.com/archive288-2005-5-499710.html

http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/NOTE-vcard-rdf-20010222/#6
this one shows the structure of the RDF file for a vCard (it's basically just XML with a different file extension.  I would imagine you could write code to generate the xml itself, and then save the file as a vCard...)



hope they help, and sorry I couldn't be more help.  I've never run across a time where I've had to do this...
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good head start, thx
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