Getting start with IXMLHTTPRequest
bunglehead at gmail.com
Mon Feb 8 06:19:47 CST 2010
On 2/8/2010 05:55, Jacek Caban wrote:
> On 2/8/10 3:36 AM, Nikolay Sivov wrote:
>>> Even if that's true, it's not a reason to choose wrong architecture.
>> Let's say we have a WinHttpRequest object that works, it provides
>> similar interface as IXMLHTTP.
>> Why should I use urlmon for that? WinHttpRequest should stay in
>> winhttp, and won't use urlmon.
> We don't have, it's impossible. Pluggable protocol is one of the
> reasons and you can't handle them unless you use urlmon.
What's impossible? Yes, I can't handle pluggable protocol without
urlmon, but why do I need it? Maybe I'm missing
something but I don't see why IXMLHTTP needs more than just http.
>>>> Btw, what was a reason for using it?
>>> Everything IE-related should use it for binding. It's because of
>>> plugable protocols, shared wininet session and more. urlmon is not
>>> just a wrapper around wininet.
>> Why IXMLHTTPRequest is IE related? Or you mean that anything that
>> uses internet should go through urlmon?
> It is designed to be used by JScript scripts on web pages (although
> it's not the only use of it).
Ah, so you mean using urlmon enables session sharing within browser
context? (I didn't know that)
If so, i should use it of course, instead of direct connection.
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