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How do I send & receive XML info to remote URL (Example Provided)

Posted on 2007-11-27
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Hi,
I am creating a website right now and need some advice on implementing an XML 'post' and 'get' to a remote URL.

I have uploaded the document here http://www.chrystalnet.com/xmlguide.doc with an explaination on how it should be done, I just would like to know the best way forward. I use Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 if that helps.

Much Appreciated

Steven
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