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Passing xml using httpwebresponse in vb.net

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I have a working html file that when submitted sends xml to a server and displays the resonse (code attached).  I need to replicate this in VB.net.

I believe i need to use HttpGetWebresponse with .net but cant seem to get this to worl. Any ideas
<HTML>

<BODY>

<FORM action = "http://localhost/abc/XmlService" method = "POST">

<TEXTAREA id=ABCXML name=ABCXML>

<?xml version="1.0"?>

<ABC version="1.0">

	<Request Object = "System" Action = "Logon" Username = "Import" Password = "12345" />

 

 

<ABC version = "1.0">

<Request

Object = "System"

Action = "Logon"

Username = "SomeValidUsername"

Password = "SomeValidPassword"

/>

</ABC>

 

 

</ABC>

</TEXTAREA><BR>

<INPUT type="submit">

</FORM>

</BODY>

</HTML>

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Thanks Craig, this pointed me in the right direction.
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