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  1. #1
    Shawn White Guest

    Publishing data to a website via VB


    Is it possible in VB6 to publish XML data to a website using either ADO 2.5
    or perhaps some other intrinsic method without having to use a third party
    control?
    I have been running into a brick wall with this and my head is starting to
    hurt.

    Thanks in advance for any advice given,
    Shawn White

    *** I just do what my Rice Krispies tell me! ***

  2. #2
    sergey Guest

    Re: Publishing data to a website via VB


    What exactly do you want to do? Upload files? Transfer data in form of XML
    (like XML recordset)? If you only want to upload files then simple http POST
    or PUT will do.
    I know you can open a ADO recordset using URL, but you cannot save it. Microsoft
    XML parser has a component called XMLHTTP that handles HTTP communications,
    never done anything with it so don't know if it's any useful to you.
    In ADO 2.5 you can use web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV or
    server extensions) natively, but you have to have FrontPage or Office 2000
    server extensions installed and enabled. It is very simple, I believe there's
    a good article on MSDN somewhere, search for WebDAV.

    Sergey.

    "Shawn White" <swhite@proresponse.net> wrote:
    >
    >Is it possible in VB6 to publish XML data to a website using either ADO

    2.5
    >or perhaps some other intrinsic method without having to use a third party
    >control?
    >I have been running into a brick wall with this and my head is starting

    to
    >hurt.
    >
    >Thanks in advance for any advice given,
    >Shawn White
    >
    >*** I just do what my Rice Krispies tell me! ***



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