I got a good handful of requests from people for me to send this to them
base on the below post.  So I just got my butt in gear and released it on my
site.  Version 2.0 of the RPG XML Parser is now available here:
http://mowyourlawn.com

**Note** I didn't have time to look over the INSTALL program, so if you
don't know how to compile RPG ILE programs with binding directories and
stuff you might want to head on over to the RPG list and see how to do that
first.

As always, any help you can provide to make this thing better is much
appreciated.

Aaron Bartell
mowyourlawn.com




-----Original Message-----
From: Bartell, Aaron L. (TC) [mailto:ALBartell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2003 5:33 PM
To: 'Web Enabling the AS400 / iSeries'
Subject: RE: [WEB400] sending an XML document by invoking an ASP page
from a CL program


RPG can transmit the XML document just fine being that is where you are
creating it in the first place.  Check out Scott Klement's HTTP API:
http://klement.dstorm.net/httpapi/  Is there a specific reason why your ASP
pgm needs to do the transmission?

If you are looking for an XML Parser/Serializer for RPG I have the next
version of my DOMParse service program done, just not out to the public.
Contact me privately and I can get it to you if you want it.  IMO, it makes
parsing/serializing XML in RPG a snap, and it's free!!

Aaron Bartell


-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Touchette [mailto:KTouchette@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2003 4:02 PM
To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [WEB400] sending an XML document by invoking an ASP page from a
CL program


Hi,

  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

Kevin

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