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My manager wants a my logging function to silently call a web page (an asp page) that will do the logging to the database. Kind of a cool idea, but I'm kinda stuck on this. Any clue how I call the URL w/o parameters. He gave me an example vbs script.

Set objXML = CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
objXML.Open "GET", sURL, True
objXML.Send

How would I do this in AutoIT?

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My manager wants a my logging function to silently call a web page (an asp page) that will do the logging to the database. Kind of a cool idea, but I'm kinda stuck on this. Any clue how I call the URL w/o parameters. He gave me an example vbs script.

Set objXML = CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
objXML.Open "GET", sURL, True
objXML.Send

How would I do this in AutoIT?

Take a look at InetGet(). Please check the help file sample before you ask how InetGet() works!!

Cheers

Kurt


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masonje

Take a look at InetGet(). Please check the help file sample before you ask how InetGet() works!!

Cheers

Kurt

Thank you for the reply. I was thinking of ObjCreate(), but that is the better rout.

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