On 17 April 2002 at 18:24:16, James Q. Stansfield <jqs at iridani.net> wrote: JQS> Okay, I've done it by POSTing a form wiht my data, but I like your JQS> method below. One question, I've seen this in many an example, but no one JQS> shows how to retrieve the XML on the other side... How do you do it? It JQS> can't be as simple as: JQS> <% JQS> dim objGet JQS> set objGet = server.createobject("MSXML.DOMDocument.4.0") JQS> objGET.LoadXML(request) JQS> ... %>> ok...took a couple of re-reads of the question, before i understood what you were asking! brain's going rather slow at the moment! :> in answer to your question, i don't know for sure. i think you just have to use: objGET.Load(request) as you're not loading an xml string. from the ms xml docs: oXMLDOMDocument.load(xmlSource) xmlSource - Indicator of the object that specifies the source for the XML document. The object can represent a URL, a Request object, an IStream, a SAFEARRAY, or a DOMDocument object. Remarks: If xmlSource is an ASP Request, object load Reads and parses the data from the Request object. you should be able to see what's in objGET by a simple: Response.Write Server.HTMLEncode(objGET.xml) hth...somewhat! darren.