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getting error in iis msxml3.dll error '80090326'

Posted on 2008-10-08
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I am getting this error message:
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msxml3.dll error '80090326'
The message received was unexpected or badly formatted.
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The error is pointing to line 4 below:
1 - set ObjRequest = Server.CreateObject("MsXml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
2 - ObjRequest.open "POST", "https://website/test.aspx", false
3 - ObjRequest.setRequestHeader "Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"
4 - ObjRequest.Send StrPostData

can someone tell me why am I getting this error?
The server has the latest updates including SP2 for Windows 2003.



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by:ComputerTechie
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Could you post your Code you are working with?
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sleiman earned 0 total points
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the code is in the question.
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by:rdunn5162
ID: 34910858
I'm having this exact same problem. I'm trying to migrate a code from an old server to a new one. So I'm really confused. I have this exact same code working on another server. Could it be a problem with a firewall blocking communication?

sPost = "<EFSnet:Request xmlns:EFSnet=""https://efsnet.concordebiz.com/EFSnet.dll"" StoreID=""winfie03"" StoreKey=""A0BACA106BD08D37EB25E1885A8D37E25E885A010DE08E3CF9045BE538F5FF56"" ApplicationID=""MyCart ver 2.0""><EFSnet:CreditCardCharge><ReferenceNumber>920083</ReferenceNumber><CashierNumber></CashierNumber><TransactionAmount>205.75</TransactionAmount><SalesTaxAmount>0</SalesTaxAmount><Currency>USD</Currency><AccountNumber>4111111111111111</AccountNumber><ExpirationMonth>01</ExpirationMonth><ExpirationYear>08</ExpirationYear><CardVerificationValue>321</CardVerificationValue><Track1></Track1><Track2></Track2><TerminalID></TerminalID><OriginalTransactionID></OriginalTransactionID><OriginalTransactionAmount>205.75</OriginalTransactionAmount><BillingName>t t</BillingName><BillingAddress>t</BillingAddress><BillingCity>t</BillingCity><BillingState>KS</BillingState><BillingPostalCode>66046</BillingPostalCode><BillingCountry>United States</BillingCountry><BillingPhone>321321321</BillingPhone><BillingEmail>test@test.com</BillingEmail><ShippingName>t t</ShippingName><ShippingAddress>t</ShippingAddress><ShippingCity>t</ShippingCity><ShippingState>KS</ShippingState><ShippingPostalCode>66046</ShippingPostalCode><ShippingCountry>United States</ShippingCountry><ShippingPhone>321321321</ShippingPhone><ShippingEmail></ShippingEmail><ClientIPAddress></ClientIPAddress></EFSnet:CreditCardCharge></EFSnet:Request>"

Set objHttp = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
objHttp.Open "POST",strDLLUrl, False
objHttp.setRequestHeader "Content-Type", "text/xml"
objHttp.setRequestHeader "Content-Length", Cstr(Len(sPost))
objHttp.send sPost  <------------- error here!!!
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by:rdunn5162
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One more thing I'll add to this is the URL I'm posting to is

Quote = String(1,34)
If (TEST_MODE) Then
   strDLLUrl   = "https://testefsnet.concordebiz.com/EFSnet.dll
   strStoreID  = concordID
   strStoreKey = concordKey
Else ' Live Mode
   strDLLUrl = "https://efsnet.concordebiz.com/EFSnet.dll"   
   strStoreID  = concordID
   strStoreKey = concordKey
End If  

So it is possible the https is the problem with my IIS server. I don't believe I have an ssl cert installed on the server yet.
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