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Connect VB.NET to PHP

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Hi,

I am not sure if this is the right place for me to post this question.
I have a VB.NET program written up for a user-interface, and I wanted to
connect this to a PHP script to allow back end processing.

Is there a specific command such as import or connect to the PHP script
for me to put in my current VB.NET program?
Jun 27 '08 #1
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On Jun 9, 9:27 am, Alice Wei <Alice...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
Hi,

I am not sure if this is the right place for me to post this question.
I have a VB.NET program written up for a user-interface, and I wanted to
connect this to a PHP script to allow back end processing.

Is there a specific command such as import or connect to the PHP script
for me to put in my current VB.NET program?
Hi,

What you mean by back end processing?
Recently i've build an .Net App that uses php to store the inputed
data into a remote MySql database.
I've used XML and WebRequest to send data on the client side and XML
Parser to read it on PHP side.

Thiago
Jun 27 '08 #2

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Hi,

I am currently using a MS SQL database, and the back end processing I
meant creating new directories, building new databases according to the user
prompts while they may not see what is going on in the back until they see
the confirmation message prompted on the user end.

The user or client end is all written in VB.NET, while the rest is written
in PHP. Is this possible to connect the VB.NET application to the script I
have written without users seeing all the code been processed from the PHP?

I hope this is clearer now.

"Thiago Macedo" wrote:
On Jun 9, 9:27 am, Alice Wei <Alice...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
Hi,

I am not sure if this is the right place for me to post this question.
I have a VB.NET program written up for a user-interface, and I wanted to
connect this to a PHP script to allow back end processing.

Is there a specific command such as import or connect to the PHP script
for me to put in my current VB.NET program?

Hi,

What you mean by back end processing?
Recently i've build an .Net App that uses php to store the inputed
data into a remote MySql database.
I've used XML and WebRequest to send data on the client side and XML
Parser to read it on PHP side.

Thiago
Jun 27 '08 #3

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On Jun 9, 10:04 am, Alice Wei <Alice...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
Hi,

I am currently using a MS SQL database, and the back end processing I
meant creating new directories, building new databases according to the user
prompts while they may not see what is going on in the back until they see
the confirmation message prompted on the user end.

The user or client end is all written in VB.NET, while the rest is written
in PHP. Is this possible to connect the VB.NET application to the script I
have written without users seeing all the code been processed from the PHP?

I hope this is clearer now.

"Thiago Macedo" wrote:
On Jun 9, 9:27 am, Alice Wei <Alice...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
Hi,
I am not sure if this is the right place for me to post this question.
I have a VB.NET program written up for a user-interface, and I wanted to
connect this to a PHP script to allow back end processing.
Is there a specific command such as import or connect to the PHP script
for me to put in my current VB.NET program?
Hi,
What you mean by back end processing?
Recently i've build an .Net App that uses php to store the inputed
data into a remote MySql database.
I've used XML and WebRequest to send data on the client side and XML
Parser to read it on PHP side.
Thiago
Alice,

I can only think on the same approach that i used and explained in the
last post.
Create the phps in a way it can be called by an request (using get to
specifies whatever to do or call different files) and returning an
success message or an error. The .Net App, via HttpWebRequest, calls
the PHP, which do the job and return a string, while the .Net read the
returned message and display the apropriate response to user.

Was this clear?
Hope it helps...

Thiago
Jun 27 '08 #4

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