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  1. #1
    fritz Guest

    Internet Transfer Control


    Where can I get an example of the Microsoft Internet Transfer Control in use
    in C++. There are plenty of examples in Visual Basic, but I am unable to
    find any help in C++.

    I've added the control to a dialog, but have not been able to get the
    Execute parameters correct and get error messages.

    Inititalizing the variables is part of the problem I'm having.

    Thanks


  2. #2
    Andy Friedman Guest

    Re: Internet Transfer Control

    That's because the Internet Transfer Control was written for VB, so I doubt
    you'll find any examples in C++. The ITC is simply an ActiveX wrapper
    around the WinInet API. If you're writing code in C++, you should use
    WinInet.

    Another option is to use the relatively new WinHTTP API, which is the
    successor to WinInet. Unlike WinInet, WinHTTP was designed to scale to
    middle-tier applications; however, it requires IE 5.01 and Win NT/2000.

    Andy


    "fritz" <fritz-switzer@home.net> wrote in message
    news:3c003931@147.208.176.211...
    >
    > Where can I get an example of the Microsoft Internet Transfer Control in

    use
    > in C++. There are plenty of examples in Visual Basic, but I am unable to
    > find any help in C++.
    >
    > I've added the control to a dialog, but have not been able to get the
    > Execute parameters correct and get error messages.
    >
    > Inititalizing the variables is part of the problem I'm having.
    >
    > Thanks
    >




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