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Error message of Microsoft.XMLHTTP

Error message of Microsoft.XMLHTTP

(OP)
Hi there,

I am trying to run a simple code:

Set HTMLRs = CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
HTMLRs.Open "GET", URL, False
HTMLRs.Send
TakenHTML = HTMLRs.responseBody

However I get an error of:
-------
msxml3.dll error '800c0005'
The system cannot locate the resource specified.
-------
Error Line pointed to HTMLRs.Send

I used it as a test on whether the url is valid. So I put an error url on purpose. But is it possible for us to output an error message if there are no server response on the target url?

Any help is appreciated. thanks,
- Warrick

RE: Error message of Microsoft.XMLHTTP

Check the HTTP headers

obj.getAllResponseHeaders to get all the headers

or

obj.Status to get the HTTP response code

obj.StatusText to get the text associated with the HTTP response code
 

Chris.

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