Ok so tell us a little more ; )<BR><BR>What do you want to do after you make request to ASP page? Or maybe a better question is what do you expect to be returned from your ASP page?<BR><BR>For example, if the ASP page was returning an XML string thatn you wanted to use in your app, then you could use Microsoft XMLHTTP object to make request and then populate a variable with what is returned.<BR><BR>Now this is assuming the MS XML object is installed on your client machines and that your client app is developed with MS products.<BR><BR>Anyways I suspect XMLHTTP will do the trick for you and take a moment and 'google' it. ;)<BR><BR>Good luck<BR>Pete
the asp page will write data to a DataBase... i need to know how can I call and pass some parameters to it from my VB.NET windows application without using the IE.. can my application interact directly with IIS or anything like this to call this page???
...then you may be able to call IIS directly or something. I suggest you get the documentation (and developers' guide) for IIS and see what's possible. I must say, I never have done anything like it, so I wouldn't know.<BR><BR>Oliver.