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Getting source from 1 site

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How can i get source of this site: http://data.uno.ee/juke/songid-27960-555/songs.asx

I tried to use _InetGetSource(), but it returns me "0".Source of this site:

<ASX Version="3.0">
<ENTRY><REF href="http://sound10.uno.ee/songs/wma/32/2/5e34e03b3d/89cd16d18e/27960.wma"/></ENTRY>
</ASX>

but i want to get it with Autoit.

Plz help!

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It worked for me...

#include <inet.au3>
  MsgBox(0, "Source", _INetGetSource("http://data.uno.ee/juke/songid-27960-555/songs.asx"))

Which AutoIt version are you using?

Are you behind a proxy?

Have you tried getting the source of other sites?

You may want to contact the author (w0uter) for further help.


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This code what you wrote, this is not working. I tried and _INetGetSource says "0" for every address what i tried. Maybe i have to use IE (im using firefox).

Sorry about my very bad english!

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This code what you wrote, this is not working. I tried and _INetGetSource says "0" for every address what i tried. Maybe i have to use IE (im using firefox).

Sorry about my very bad english!

The function relies on wininet.dll, so you need to have IE installed (even if not active)

I use Firefox as my default browser, but I still have IE installed.

Which version of IE do you have installed?

Are you using a proxy?


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What is proxy? How can i check, if im using that? Im noob in some things. :">

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What is proxy? How can i check, if im using that? Im noob in some things. :

In Firefox:

Tools Menu -> Options...

General Tab -> Connection Settings...

In IE:

Tools Menu -> Internet Options

Connections Tab -> Settings or LAN Settings (Depends on your connection)

Also, look at WinInet.dll in your System32 folder.

What version is it?


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Proxy: Direct connection to the internet

WinInet.dll in System32 folder: nonexisting(?)(Im using win98 SE)

EDIT: I downloaded WinInet.dll. Should I put it to System32 folder?

EDIT2: I solved my problem.

Edited by poisonkiller

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