responseText Property (IXMLHTTPRequest)
Represents the response entity body as a string.
strValue = oXMLHttpRequest.responseText;
var xmlhttp = new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.XMLHTTP.3.0"); xmlhttp.open("GET", "http://localhost/books.xml", false); xmlhttp.send(); WScript.Echo(xmlhttp.responseText);
Visual Basic Syntax
strValue = oXMLHttpRequest.responseText
HRESULT get_responseText(BSTR* pbstrBody);
pbstrBody [out, retval]
The response entity body as a string.
C/C++ Return Values
The value returned if successful.
The value returned if the data is unavailable.
Variant. The property is read-only. This property represents only one of several forms in which the HTTP response can be returned.
IXMLHTTP attempts to decode the response into a Unicode string. It assumes the default encoding is UTF-8, but can decode any type of UCS-2 (big or little endian) or UCS-4 encoding as long as the server sends the appropriate Unicode byte-order mark. It does not process the <? XML coding declaration. If you know the response is going to be XML, use the
responseXML property for full XML encoding support.
MSXML 3.0, MSXML 6.0