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ASP reading XML

I have an ASP classic site that needs to add the option of reading an XML
file send back from another web site and parsing it into a multi-column HTML
table. The server is Windows Server 2003. Can anyone direct me to where I
might find more info on this? Thanks.

David
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Basically start at the ServerHTTPXml object (Xml parser 3 or 4)... This
object can do gets and puts and all http verbs including fetches of XML...

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"David C" <dl*****@lifetimeinc.com> wrote in message
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I have an ASP classic site that needs to add the option of reading an XML
file send back from another web site and parsing it into a multi-column
HTML
table. The server is Windows Server 2003. Can anyone direct me to where
I
might find more info on this? Thanks.

David


Jul 19 '05 #2
"David C" <dl*****@lifetimeinc.com> wrote in message
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I have an ASP classic site that needs to add the option of reading an XML
file send back from another web site and parsing it into a multi-column
HTML

Basically start at the ServerXmlHttp object (Xml parser 3 or 4)... This
object can do gets and puts and all http verbs including fetches of XML...

--
compatible web farm Session replacement for Asp and Asp.Net
http://www.nieropwebconsult.nl/asp_session_manager.htm

table. The server is Windows Server 2003. Can anyone direct me to where
I
might find more info on this? Thanks.

David


Jul 19 '05 #3
I want to be able to read the XML file (using ADO hopefully) and not
just dump it to an HTML table, but add a checkbox for the user to select
that particular row and go get an image based on the unique ID in the
XML row. Does this change where I need to look for a solution? I read
the ServerXMLHTTP info. but could not figure out how it was "reading"
the XML file. Thanks.

David

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Jul 19 '05 #4
"David" <da***@biteme.com> wrote in message
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I want to be able to read the XML file (using ADO hopefully) and not
just dump it to an HTML table, but add a checkbox for the user to select
that particular row and go get an image based on the unique ID in the
XML row. Does this change where I need to look for a solution? I read
the ServerXMLHTTP info. but could not figure out how it was "reading"
the XML file. Thanks.
It reads it into a string (buffer) and that can be used to parse in a Dom
document.
But yes, you also could use ADODB.STream to read XML from a server.
David

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