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One of our clients gave us a way to do http post and return response like <xml><message>Success</message></xml>.
It looks like he gave us http post and it will return some message.

I just want to know how to call http post and get response message back so we can do something from the response.
so if response is success then, we do something.
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do you have any clue how you going to do it?
if no then perhaps you can build yours by referring to this example.

Calling a Web API From a .NET Client (C#)
http://www.asp.net/web-api/overview/advanced/calling-a-web-api-from-a-net-client

you can also use other .NET classes such as System.Net.WebClient to achieve this.
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how can i get the response xml?
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how can i get the response xml?
before answering that, what parameters are you passing to that web service/API ?

do you have some existing codes to share with us here?
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When I have view source on firefox, below is what i see

<xml><message>Success</message></xml>.
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When I have view source on firefox, below is what i see

<xml><message>Success</message></xml>.
yes, I know that. that's the response of the request.

what about your request setting? what parameters to be passed in?
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