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VB6 push/pull

Posted on 2009-05-07
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I have a VB6 application that "checks in" with home base by way of an asp page:
checkingIn.asp?ID
This is cool... uses port 80.
I'd then like to have it run:
gotAnythingForMeToDo.asp?ID
How would I push down the text file that would contain the instructions?
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I would host it on the web site and request it exactly the same way.  Maybe provide a link or the name in the aforementioned ASP file.
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