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How to respond to a post in vb.net

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I am writing a page that is called by an automatic system, the system will post some values that I capture via vb command request("state") and is expecting the page to respond with some values. what is the syntax to respond to that system? it is not response.write, correct?

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Depends on how the automatic system wants its response. At the simplest, you could use response.write to output the webpage and have the automatic system parse through the HTML to get its responses.

Part of the way down the page at http://forums.asp.net/t/945319.aspx there is a comment by guxiaobo1982 that talks about HTTPWebRequest and HTTPWebResponse that may be of help with the automatic system.
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