XML HTTP (Windows CE 5.0)

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XML HTTP functionality makes it possible to exchange Extensible Markup Language (XML) data directly over the Internet, using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Using XML HTTP, you can create applications that can transfer data over the Web. XML HTTP implements the XMLHTTP object.

Using the XMLHTTP object you can access data from a Web server, parse the data using the XML Document Object Model (DOM), and post XML data through a typical firewall directly to an HTTP server.

XML HTTP requires XML Core Services and DOM, URL Moniker, and Windows Internet Services. For more information about XML HTTP, see the World Wide Web Consortium Web site.

See Also

XML Core Services and Document Object Model | XML HTTP Reference | URL Moniker Services | Windows Internet Services (WinInet) | IXMLHTTPRequest

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