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msxml2.serverXMLhttp and response.binarywrite

Question:
I get the eror listed at the bottom of the post. What can I do to
make the response of the x1.send a "binary" type? Or, in general,
how can I just "make this work"?

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<%
Response.Buffer = TRUE
Response.ContentType = "image/jpg"

Set x1 = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
x1.open "GET", "[http link to your favorite image.jpg]", FALSE
x1.send

Response.BinaryWrite x1.responsestream
set x1 = nothing
%>
Error is returned below:

'Response object error 'ASP 0106 : 80020005'
'Type Mismatch
'/scraps/getGraphic.asp, line 10
'An unhandled data type was encountered.
Oct 16 '05 #1
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<katrinaVictim@.> wrote in message
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Question:
I get the eror listed at the bottom of the post. What can I do to
make the response of the x1.send a "binary" type? Or, in general,
how can I just "make this work"?

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<%
Response.Buffer = TRUE
Response.ContentType = "image/jpg"

Set x1 = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
x1.open "GET", "[http link to your favorite image.jpg]", FALSE
x1.send

Response.BinaryWrite x1.responsestream
set x1 = nothing
%>
Error is returned below:

'Response object error 'ASP 0106 : 80020005'
'Type Mismatch
'/scraps/getGraphic.asp, line 10
'An unhandled data type was encountered.


Try xl.ResponseBody
You can read the response using one of four properties.
responseBody
responseStream
responseText
responseXML
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/articles/20010114.asp
ResponseBody Variant array
Returns the body of the response as an array.
ResponseStream IStream
Returns the body of the response as an ADO Stream object.
ResponseText String
Returns the body of the response as a text string.
ResponseXML XMLDocument Object
Returns the body of the response as parsed by the MSXML XMLDOM parser.
http://www.sxlist.com/techref/langua...wwwextract.htm
Oct 16 '05 #2

<katrinaVictim@.> wrote in message
news:to********************************@4ax.com...
Question:
I get the eror listed at the bottom of the post. What can I do to
make the response of the x1.send a "binary" type? Or, in general,
how can I just "make this work"?

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<%
Response.Buffer = TRUE
Response.ContentType = "image/jpg"

Set x1 = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
x1.open "GET", "[http link to your favorite image.jpg]", FALSE
x1.send

Response.BinaryWrite x1.responsestream
set x1 = nothing
%>
Error is returned below:

'Response object error 'ASP 0106 : 80020005'
'Type Mismatch
'/scraps/getGraphic.asp, line 10
'An unhandled data type was encountered.


Try:

Response.BinaryWrite x1.responsestream.Read()
-Mark


Oct 16 '05 #3
<katrinaVictim@.> wrote in message
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: Question:
: I get the eror listed at the bottom of the post. What can I do to
: make the response of the x1.send a "binary" type? Or, in general,
: how can I just "make this work"?
:
: <%@ Language=VBScript %>
: <%
: Response.Buffer = TRUE
: Response.ContentType = "image/jpg"
:
: Set x1 = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
: x1.open "GET", "[http link to your favorite image.jpg]", FALSE
: x1.send
:
: Response.BinaryWrite x1.responsestream
: set x1 = nothing
: %>
:
:
: Error is returned below:
:
: 'Response object error 'ASP 0106 : 80020005'
: 'Type Mismatch
: '/scraps/getGraphic.asp, line 10
: 'An unhandled data type was encountered.

Some routines to help you. Get the image via HTTPRequest, save it and
reload it.

http://kiddanger.com/lab/getaspimage.asp

View the source with your browser to see how the file is called. Then click
on the link at the bottom of the page 'view source' to view the source of
the file that does the work.

--
Roland Hall
/* This information is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability
or fitness for a particular purpose. */
Technet Script Center - http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/
WSH 5.6 Documentation - http://msdn.microsoft.com/downloads/list/webdev.asp
MSDN Library - http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp
Oct 17 '05 #4
On Sun, 16 Oct 2005 01:50:25 -0500, "McKirahan" <Ne**@McKirahan.com>
wrote:
<katrinaVictim@.> wrote in message
news:to********************************@4ax.com.. .
Question:
I get the eror listed at the bottom of the post. What can I do to
make the response of the x1.send a "binary" type? Or, in general,
how can I just "make this work"?

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<%
Response.Buffer = TRUE
Response.ContentType = "image/jpg"

Set x1 = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
x1.open "GET", "[http link to your favorite image.jpg]", FALSE
x1.send

Response.BinaryWrite x1.responsestream
set x1 = nothing
%>
Error is returned below:

'Response object error 'ASP 0106 : 80020005'
'Type Mismatch
'/scraps/getGraphic.asp, line 10
'An unhandled data type was encountered.


Try xl.ResponseBody
You can read the response using one of four properties.
responseBody
responseStream
responseText
responseXML
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/articles/20010114.asp
ResponseBody Variant array
Returns the body of the response as an array.
ResponseStream IStream
Returns the body of the response as an ADO Stream object.
ResponseText String
Returns the body of the response as a text string.
ResponseXML XMLDocument Object
Returns the body of the response as parsed by the MSXML XMLDOM parser.
http://www.sxlist.com/techref/langua...wwwextract.htm


You're correct. Response.body does return the graphic to the browser
if NO html surrounds the functional code.

I had left in the <html><body>....</body></html> tags around the
VBScript above before I posted to the newsgroup (whoops), and when
doing this the browser then interprets the content as "text". Try
putting in a mere <html> tag before the code and you'll get a bunch of
extended ascii and stuff in the browser when using responseBody.

See, here's my issue. I have graphics that are availabe on an
e-commerce drop ship suppliers web server. There are huge numbers of
them... I can't download them all. I can simply use a <img> tag to
get graphics on my web pages by pointing to their "http://[their
webserver]/[image].gif", but that means that hackers and others can
simply "decompose" my webpages and see that I'm just a downline
supplier to a wholesale distributor. The "domain" of the graphics
location will be different than my domain.

So I wanna transport the graphic to the page by a webserver to
webserver call from my domain. And, I need to be able to give the
ServerXMLHTTP function a dynamic http:// string within the script...

I've already tried server.execute, but I can't use a querystring with
that... I've tried response.contenttype ... I need to be able to get
the link to the graphic from the database then parse it into a string
and dynamically make an http:// call out the their webserver and then
binarywrite it back to the location on the page, intermingling the
graphic stream with other returned html...

I wish this would work.
Oct 17 '05 #5
<katrinaVictim@.> wrote in message
news:ll********************************@4ax.com...
On Sun, 16 Oct 2005 01:50:25 -0500, "McKirahan" <Ne**@McKirahan.com>
wrote:
[snip]
You're correct. Response.body does return the graphic to the browser
if NO html surrounds the functional code.

I had left in the <html><body>....</body></html> tags around the
VBScript above before I posted to the newsgroup (whoops), and when
doing this the browser then interprets the content as "text". Try
putting in a mere <html> tag before the code and you'll get a bunch of
extended ascii and stuff in the browser when using responseBody.

See, here's my issue. I have graphics that are availabe on an
e-commerce drop ship suppliers web server. There are huge numbers of
them... I can't download them all. I can simply use a <img> tag to
get graphics on my web pages by pointing to their "http://[their
webserver]/[image].gif", but that means that hackers and others can
simply "decompose" my webpages and see that I'm just a downline
supplier to a wholesale distributor. The "domain" of the graphics
location will be different than my domain.

So I wanna transport the graphic to the page by a webserver to
webserver call from my domain. And, I need to be able to give the
ServerXMLHTTP function a dynamic http:// string within the script...

I've already tried server.execute, but I can't use a querystring with
that... I've tried response.contenttype ... I need to be able to get
the link to the graphic from the database then parse it into a string
and dynamically make an http:// call out the their webserver and then
binarywrite it back to the location on the page, intermingling the
graphic stream with other returned html...

I wish this would work.


Take a look at this. Watch for word-wrap.

Create a folder called "images" under the folder that this file is in.
<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<% Option Explicit

Function Fetch(URL)
On Error Resume Next
Err.Clear
'*
'* Get Image
'*
Dim objXML
'Set objXML = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
Set objXML = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
objXML.Open "GET",URL,False
objXML.Send
Dim binXML
binXML = objXML.ResponseBody
If Err.Number <> 0 _
Or objXML.Status <> 200 Then
Fetch = False
Exit Function
End If
Set objXML = Nothing
'*
'* Put Image
'*
Dim strIMG
strIMG = "images\" & Mid(xURL,InStrRev(URL,"/")+1)
Dim objADO
Set objADO = CreateObject("ADODB.Stream")
objADO.Type = 1
objADO.Open
objADO.Write binXML
objADO.SaveToFile Server.MapPath(strIMG),2
Set objADO = Nothing
'Fetch = Err.Number = 0
Fetch = strIMG
End Function
%>
<html>
<body>
<img src="<%=Fetch("http://www.google.com/intl/en/images/logo.gif")%>"
border="0" alt="">
</body>
</html>
Oct 17 '05 #6

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