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troubleshooting Question

Object Required on XML Code

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Susanstevenson asked on
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3 Comments1 Solution903 ViewsLast Modified:
Hi There,

I have some code below which is coming back with Object required on the Set objHttp lline.  (I am using Ms Access 2007).  It says "Object Required"

My experience with xml is limited - the machine on which I am working has soap toolkit on it.

Dim strUrl
      Dim objHttp
      Dim rst

      'Build the url
      strUrl = "http://????????????????????????????????????????????????"
      strUrl = strUrl & "&Key=" & "????-????-????-????"
      strUrl = strUrl & "&Id=" & (Me.lkupAddressList.Column(2, lkupAddressList.ItemsSelected(0)))
      strUrl = strUrl & "&PreferredLanguage=" & "English"
      strUrl = strUrl & "&UserName=" & "??????"

      'Make the request
      Set objHttp = Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP") '- code breaks here...
      objHttp.Open "GET", strUrl, False
      objHttp.Send

      'Create the recordset
      Set rst = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
      rst.Open objHttp.ResponseStream

      'Check for an error
      If rst.Fields.Count = 4 Then
         If rst.Fields(0).Name = "Error" Then
           Err.Raise rst.Fields(0), "Webservice Error", rst.Fields(1)
        End If
      End If

      'Return the recordset
      Set AddressFields = rst

      'FYI: The recordset returns the following columns:
      'Udprn
      'Company
      'Department
      'Line1
      'Line2
      'Line3
      'Line4
      'Line5
      'PostTown
      'County
      'Postcode
      'Mailsort
      'Barcode
      'Type
      'DeliveryPointSuffix
      'SubBuilding
      'BuildingName
      'BuildingNumber
      'PrimaryStreet
      'SecondaryStreet
      'DoubleDependentLocality
      'DependentLocality
      'PoBox
      'PrimaryStreetName
      'PrimaryStreetType
      'SecondaryStreetName
      'SecondaryStreetType
      'CountryName