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Get an Xml.XmlDocument on a VB 6.0 application

ofsouto (Programmer) (OP)
7 Aug 03 10:19
I have been developing a ASP.NET WebService where a <web method> results an xml.xmldocument and
I am trying to get this xml.xmldocument on a VB 6.0 application (SOAP) and and error message
shows up.

Message: Run-time error '5' - when I am using a DOMDocument to get result.
Message: Run-time error '450' - when I am using a string to get result.
Message: Run-time error '91' - when I am using an object to get result.

How can I get this xml.xmldocumet on a VB 6.0 application? What's wrong?
Thanks in advance


O. F. Souto
AGIMA (Programmer)
15 Sep 03 3:12
If I were you I would change from using the xml.xmldocument to using DOM version 4.

I think it is a problem with the version of DOM from your webservice and you VB application.  The webservice is using the .Net framework and the VB is not.  So I would try and use the DOM (as used in VB) and not the .Net framework.

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