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Hey guys,

I am using The Yahoo Site Explorer api and when I send an html request, it returns a XML page.

How can I convert this XML source page to a string without downloading the .xml file?

Request example: http://search.yahooapis.com/SiteExplorerService/V1/inlinkData?appid=YahooDemo&query=http://search.yahoo.com&results=2

Thanks!

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XML is a plain text format. Did you save the returned data to a file?

$sString = FileRead("C:\Temp\YourFile.xml")

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Well I would like NOT to save the XML file because I have alot of check to do and I dont want to save/delete 1000+ files on my computer. How could I just retrieve the xml source page direct from the browser.

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I don't know anything about the "Yahoo Site Explorer api". When you say that "it returns a XML page", where is it returned to?

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I don't know anything about the "Yahoo Site Explorer api". When you say that "it returns a XML page", where is it returned to?

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Heres an example of a request and what it return:

http://search.yahooapis.com/SiteExplorer...&query=http://search.yahoo.com&results=2

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This works:
#include <INet.au3>

$sXML = _INetGetSource("http://search.yahooapis.com/SiteExplorer")
ConsoleWrite("$sXML = " & $sXML & @LF)

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