tech - hawg
Monday, May 23, 2005
  Using XMLHttp
After reading all this XmlHttp hoopla and seeing it work all kind of wonders, I realized I wanted to be cool too. I wanted in on the asynchronus database calling. After finding this article, I decided to see how hard it would be to set this up for use in one of my pages. Basically, I have it using javascript to call my aspx page that is only returning, row by row, what is in my databse (which was a list of yahoo im addresses). What was tricky for me was that the XmlHttp is very sensative. If you tell if to send a request to http://domain/page_a.html, you won't be able to get the code to work by going to http://domainIP/page_a.html. I tried to do so and I got back some unauthorized errors in the handy Firefox Javascript debugger window. I am still having a problem setting the font-size for the resulting output so any input on that would be great. Also, if it seems like the changes you made are taking effect, delete your temporary internet files, refresh your page and take another look.
I posted my code here since I couldn't get my html code to show in this post properly.
 
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