but yes, there is a way.<BR><BR>In page "a" build an xml string. and send it to page "b" using the xmlhttp component.<BR><BR>example page a: (UNTESTED)<BR>strXML = "<myxml>Hi there</myxml>"<BR><BR>Set objXMLDoc = Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.DOMDocument")<BR>objXM LDoc.async = false<BR>objXMLDoc.loadXML strXML <BR><BR>Set objSXH = Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP")<BR>obj SXH.open "POST", "http://mysite.com/pageb.asp", false<BR>objSXH.send objXMLDoc<BR><BR>
I had used the same code and just named the first and second page as PageA.asp and PageB.asp respectively. In PageB.asp there is no code. In PageA.asp I have copied all these lines but this does not work. I made a small change to PageA.asp though. This is the change.<BR><BR>Set objXMLDoc = Server.CreateObject("MSXML2.DOMDocument") <BR>One more thing. How do I test whether the XML document is received on the other page correctly?<BR><BR>Thanks for all help.