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Hi all, Heres my dilemma; The target for my form data to be submitted to is an application running on a Mac Server (OS9) via 216.000.00.00:0000. The Mac App was designed to recieve both GET and POST requests/commands from an HTML Form. What I need it to do is POST these requests from the asp pages/components running on my NT Server, which hosts the web interface. I have tried Microsoft's ServerHTTP - and ran into some unresolved problems that Microsoft has with it. I have used many of the available asp components out there(AbsoluteHTTP, ASPFUsion AdvHTTP), some work for certain ...

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    Default Posting form to remote server via HTTP on from IIS - w/o form

    Hi all,

    Heres my dilemma; The target for my form data to be submitted to is an
    application running on a Mac Server (OS9) via 216.000.00.00:0000.
    The Mac App was designed to recieve both GET and POST requests/commands from
    an HTML Form. What I need it to do is POST these requests from the asp
    pages/components running on my NT Server, which hosts the web interface.
    I have tried Microsoft's ServerHTTP - and ran into some unresolved problems
    that Microsoft has with it. I have used many of the available asp components
    out there(AbsoluteHTTP, ASPFUsion AdvHTTP), some work for certain types of
    requests, but ultimately I cannot get the error free results that I get by
    using an html form. I'm pretty sure some of the poroblems lie with the
    mime-type.
    Basically, I want to mimic the submitted html form exactly without using an
    html form.
    Any insight or direction is GREATLY appreciated.

    Thanks,
    JOhn








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    Default Re: Posting form to remote server via HTTP on from IIS - w/o form

    "John M" <odoylerules72aol.com> wrote in message
    news:eGiIsQUeDHA.1716TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
    > Hi all,
    >
    > Heres my dilemma; The target for my form data to be submitted to is an
    > application running on a Mac Server (OS9) via 216.000.00.00:0000.
    > The Mac App was designed to recieve both GET and POST requests/commands
    from
    > an HTML Form. What I need it to do is POST these requests from the asp
    > pages/components running on my NT Server, which hosts the web interface.
    > I have tried Microsoft's ServerHTTP - and ran into some unresolved
    problems
    > that Microsoft has with it. I have used many of the available asp
    components
    > out there(AbsoluteHTTP, ASPFUsion AdvHTTP), some work for certain types of
    > requests, but ultimately I cannot get the error free results that I get by
    > using an html form. I'm pretty sure some of the poroblems lie with the
    > mime-type.
    > Basically, I want to mimic the submitted html form exactly without using
    an
    > html form.
    > Any insight or direction is GREATLY appreciated.
    This *should* work ...
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