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Old September 28th, 2004, 04:58 AM
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Hi there! Does anyone here know how I can have an XMLHTTP object? Can it be found in Windows 2000 or do I have to install MS XML library first?

I hope someone can help me on this. Thanks!

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MSXML (v2.5 I think) ships with Windows 2000, so you should already have it - but there's nothing to stop you installing the latest version (4) if you like.
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I tried running my code in other pcs but it won't work. All the pcs here are in Win2000 already with service pack 3 or higher. How come it won't work in other pcs?

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Hi! I'm using XMLHTTP to get the html source of a url I specified. After posting the URL, I'm supposed to get "<h1>Update Completed</h1>". In my pc, this works fine. However, when I tried the code in other pcs, it won't work. I tried changing the URL and it worked fine. How come in the original url I specified, it won't work? Any ideas? Do I have to install something in the other pcs for the code to work? I hope someone can help me on this. Thanks!



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Got the solution..MDAC 2.7 and above...thanks for those who helped

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