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XmlLoad Windows8

XmlLoad Windows8

XmlLoad Windows8

I have a vb6 program thats been running on Win7 all ok

I am trying to get the program running on Win8..BUT have one small problem wit xmlload

The program comes up with an object error

I have xml6 in my references

Set xmldoc = New MSXML2.DOMDocument60 Have also tried Set xmldoc = New MSXML2.DOMDocument

xmldoc.async = False
xmldoc.validateOnParse = False
xmldoc.resolveExternals = False

Path = ThePage
xmldoc.Load Path
MsgBox "doc: " + vbNewLine + doc.XML

Have created a package and installed on the machine in question

Really appreciate any help with getting the xmlload working ??if at all under win8

Regards Trob70

RE: XmlLoad Windows8

What is the specific error? What line (though it is probably the object creation line)?

Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 or Windows 8.1 Update 1? They are not the same thing.

Just searching hard I can't find any suggestion that this should be a problem. I deleted my Win8.x VMs to save space so I can't try it myself right now.

RE: XmlLoad Windows8

Many thanks for your interest

The error comes when running xmldoc.Load Path

Regards Trob70

RE: XmlLoad Windows8

That's interesting. What was the error number and message?

RE: XmlLoad Windows8

dilettante (MIS)

I am a bit embarrased it is now working

I had had a date included in the ThePage string

In my machine it did it correctly putting \ between the month day etc

On the other machine it seemed to replace the \ with a - and i did not notice

thedate2 = Format(Date, "yyyy/m/d")

ThePage = "https://xyz.com/pagedata/rrr/" & thedate2 & "/RDay.xml"

Fixed it by....

ThePage = Replace(ThePage, "-", "/")

I guess its something to do with the date format on the machine..have not come accross this before.Will look into it..

Sorry i missed this... i applologize.

Regards Trob70

RE: XmlLoad Windows8

Good to know though. Thanks.

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