' Start out declaring our variables.
' You are using Option Explicit aren't you?
' This is the server safe version from MSXML3.
Set objXmlHttp = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP")
' If you have trouble and are getting an error on the .open
' line like this:
' msxml3.dll error '80070005'
' Access is denied.
' Try using the proxycfg.exe tool. We're not using a proxy
' at all, but it wouldn't work for us until we explicitly
' ran proxycfg telling it the connection is direct:
' proxycfg -d
' forum posts: http://www.asp101.com/forum/display_message.asp?mid=51841
' This had us really annoyed for a while! Thanks go out to
' Andrew Stifora and Brian Espey for help on getting that
' straightened out.
' The old not so safe version!
'Set objXmlHttp = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.XMLHTTP")
' Here we get the request ready to be sent.
' MS's wording: 'Initializes a request and specifies the method,
' URL, and authentication information for the request.
' .open(bstrMethod, bstrUrl, bAsync, bstrUser, bstrPassword)
objXmlHttp.open "GET", "http://www.asp101.com/samples/httpsamp.asp", False
' Send it on it's merry way.
' Print out the request status:
Response.Write "Status: " & objXmlHttp.status & " " _
& objXmlHttp.statusText & "<br />"
' Get the text of the response.
' This object is designed to deal with XML so it also has the
' following properties: responseBody, responseStream, and
' responseXML. We just want the text so I use:
strHTML = objXmlHttp.responseText
' Trash our object now that I'm finished with it.
Set objXmlHttp = Nothing
' All that's left to do is display the HTML we just retreived.
' I do it first as plain HTML (which gets interpretted by the
' browser like any other HTML) and then as source (by HTML
' encoding it so the tags display instead of rendering)
' The <h1>s and <table>s are just for appearence.
<h1>Here's The Page:</h1>
<%= strHTML %>
<h1>Here's The Code:</h1>
<%= Server.HTMLEncode(strHTML) %>