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c676228
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      06-12-2009
Hi all,

Set objXMLHTTP =server.Createobject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP")
objXMLHttp.Open "POST", GatewayHost, False
....'get objXML
'I have a legitimate xml as I can see from
Response.Write objXML.xml & "<br>"
but when I execute this statement
objXMLHttp.send objXML
I got the following error.
* Category: msxml3.dll
* Description: Unspecified error
Could someone tell me what I should do to debug?
I just don't know where to find out the issue if "unspecified error" comes up.

thanks,
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Betty
 
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Allen Chen [MSFT]
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      06-12-2009
Hi Betty,

>I got the following error.
>* Category: msxml3.dll
>* Description: Unspecified error


Are you posting to the asp page in the same virtual directory? If so please
refer to this kb article:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...;en-us;Q316451

If not, could you paste all code that can help to reproduce this issue and
tell me how to reproduce it? In addition, please provide IIS version.

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Toni
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      06-15-2009
"Allen Chen [MSFT]" wrote...
> Hi Betty,
>
>>I got the following error.
>>* Category: msxml3.dll
>>* Description: Unspecified error

>
> Are you posting to the asp page in the same virtual directory? If so please
> refer to this kb article:
> http://support.microsoft.com/default...;en-us;Q316451
>


I am in the middle of a project that is concerned with the above knowledge base article.

I have an ASP page that is using ServerXMLHTTP to call an .ASPX page in the same
directory. Can you please tell me if the above article applies?

I have a limited understanding of this but, as I understand it, ASP and ASPX run in
different application pools? So, am I safe in doing this?


 
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Allen Chen [MSFT]
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      06-16-2009
Hi,

>I have an ASP page that is using ServerXMLHTTP to call an .ASPX page in

the same
>directory. Can you please tell me if the above article applies?


ASP and ASPX are handled by different modules. I think it's safe to do
that. But it's still possible to cause dead lock if the ASPX needs a
resource whose lock is owned by ASP.

Regards,
Allen Chen
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Allen Chen [MSFT]
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      06-17-2009
Hi Betty,

>I got the following error.
>* Category: msxml3.dll
>* Description: Unspecified error


Do you have any progress on this issue?

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Allen Chen
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Toni
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      06-19-2009
"Allen Chen [MSFT]" wrote...
> Hi,
>
>>I have an ASP page that is using ServerXMLHTTP to call an .ASPX page in
> >the same
>>directory. Can you please tell me if the above article applies?

>
> ASP and ASPX are handled by different modules. I think it's safe to do
> that. But it's still possible to cause dead lock if the ASPX needs a
> resource whose lock is owned by ASP.


Thanks. Just to be safe, my ASP page uses ServerXMLHTTP to access a PHP page that
performs the function (hey, I wrote my first PHP page). Based on the above MS article,
what I'm doing now should be safe.

BTW, I'm doing a reverse DNS. ASP doesn't provide a reverse DNS feature, but ASP.NET and
PHP do. So, I'm passing the IP address to the PHP page using ServerXMLHTTP and
retrieving the reverse DNS.





 
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