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    Question anyone using SOAP and ASP?

    anyone using these together? if so, what resources got you started? websites? books? etc. from what little info i've gathered, i think this might be a solution for a project i've been working on.

    last question: should it be implemented with .net as opposed to classic asp?

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    ASP is perfectly capable of doing the job, although ASP.Net has native support for SOAP. Most efficient way (for repetitive SOAP requests to the same service)is to create a XML file of the SOAP request, load it into the XMLDOM object, set the values that you need for the particular call, send it via XMLHTTP, load the response back into the DOM, and get the returned values back out. Easy as that!

    Since I've only dabbled, I don't have any tried & tested references to recommend, but a quick search and a surf came up with these pages, which look pretty good to me (just tweak the code for VBS):
    http://www.vbip.com/xml/soap_syd.asp
    http://www.perfectxml.com/articles/xml/vbsoap.asp


    M@rco
    Last edited by M@rco; Apr 27, 2002 at 05:09.

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    and again, thanks m@rco. you always seem to have the answer

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    The doctor is in... silver trophy MarcusJT's Avatar
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    <smug mode>You're welcome!</smug mode>


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