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Hi all. I have to do an http POST from my application to a server running IIS 5.0 with ASP.NET. However, the request is going to a simple ASP 3.0 page. The request is to a Login.asp page and is formed by username + pwd. These are in the body of my POST message, url encoded. If I go through a browser (IE 6.0) I obtain the result page (welcome or access denied) in a new window, in few seconds. If I go through my app, I receive an HTTP 100 (continue) message. What is this? I already have send all infos!! Can someone help me??

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Maybe the server is sending that in response to the header and another status code will follow? Perhaps you should read up on the HTTP 1.1 standard and try to follow the procedure outlined there. Good luck.

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