ASP as in Active Server Page?  Running on Windows/IIS?

I'd use either Brad Stone's GETURI (which I use) or Scott Klement's HTTPAPI
to have your iSeries send an HTTP request to your IIS server.

Mike E.

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  I need to transmit an XML document by invoking an ASP script.  I create
the XML document with an RPG program, does anyone know how I can invoke
that ASP script from my program to automagically transmit the XML document
after I create it.  TIA



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