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Discover WIN32. How to use a sync/async retrieve HTTP content in your ASP & VB projects.

, 19 May 2002
This article shows how to create one ATL COM component using the WinInet functions, how to use it in ASP programs and how to test it from the Visual Basic client. It also shows how to use multithreading support in this component.
retrievehttp.zip
ASP
RetrievePage
ReleaseMinDependency
RetrievePage.dll
RetrievePage.aps
RetrievePage.clw
RetrievePage.def
RetrievePage.dsp
RetrievePage.dsw
RetrievePage.opt
RetrievePage.plg
RetrievePage.rgs
RetrievePage.tlb
RetrievePageps.def
RetrievePageps.mk
RetrieveVBClient
Form1.frm
Form1.frx
Module1.bas
Project1.exe
Project1.vbp
Project1.vbw

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Adrian Bacaianu
Web Developer
Romania Romania
I make programming for over 4 years and extensive experience in C++, ASP, Pascal, MFC, COM+, ATL, TCP/IP, HTTP protocols, XML, XSL, SOAP and SQL.
For the last 2 years i working extensively at the background of financial sites (databases, n tier architecture).
 
I’m available for contracts and/or outsourcing (adrian_bacaianu@yahoo.com).

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