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Posting XML Files to a Java web service

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Hello there!

I've written a VB.Net app that creates XML files based on an Access
database. I need to find a way to post each one of the XML files to a
Java-based web service that requires basic http authentication (this was
written by another company). I found lots of examples of passing strings to
ASP pages, but I haven't found any examples sending to Java and with
authentication.

Any ideas?

Thank you

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Nov 21 '05 #1
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The java web service is expecting the HTTP header.
The header from Asp.net should be the same. HTTP Is a standard
With that being said. I would try to watch the http header that is being
sent to the java web service. To
you can create a http header with asp.net and send it to the java web
service.

"Andreas Kyriacou" <ak*******@techplatforms.com> wrote in message
news:eD**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
Hello there!

I've written a VB.Net app that creates XML files based on an Access
database. I need to find a way to post each one of the XML files to a
Java-based web service that requires basic http authentication (this was
written by another company). I found lots of examples of passing strings
to ASP pages, but I haven't found any examples sending to Java and with
authentication.

Any ideas?

Thank you

--
Andreas Kyriacou, Senior Technical Consultant
ak*******@techplatforms.com
================================================== =====
GoldMine Certified Technician
GoldSync Certified Technician
================================================== =====
Technology Platforms
276 King St. W Suite 312 Kitchener, ON N2G 1B6
Tel. (519) 584-2447 x208 Fax. (519) 584-2260

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Thanks for the response. Could someone post an example?

Thanks in advance.

--
Andreas Kyriacou, Senior Technical Consultant
ak*******@techplatforms.com
================================================== =====
GoldMine Certified Technician
GoldSync Certified Technician
================================================== =====
Technology Platforms
276 King St. W Suite 312 Kitchener, ON N2G 1B6
Tel. (519) 584-2447 x208 Fax. (519) 584-2260
"Chris" <cc*********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:eX**************@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
The java web service is expecting the HTTP header.
The header from Asp.net should be the same. HTTP Is a standard
With that being said. I would try to watch the http header that is being
sent to the java web service. To
you can create a http header with asp.net and send it to the java web
service.

"Andreas Kyriacou" <ak*******@techplatforms.com> wrote in message
news:eD**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
Hello there!

I've written a VB.Net app that creates XML files based on an Access
database. I need to find a way to post each one of the XML files to a
Java-based web service that requires basic http authentication (this was
written by another company). I found lots of examples of passing strings
to ASP pages, but I haven't found any examples sending to Java and with
authentication.

Any ideas?

Thank you

--
Andreas Kyriacou, Senior Technical Consultant
ak*******@techplatforms.com
================================================== =====
GoldMine Certified Technician
GoldSync Certified Technician
================================================== =====
Technology Platforms
276 King St. W Suite 312 Kitchener, ON N2G 1B6
Tel. (519) 584-2447 x208 Fax. (519) 584-2260


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