This is the problem: My program (HTML Template) generates HTML code at a server for a web page display at a client. The display is a preview of a till (or sales receipt). During building the page at the client, some VBscript modules are processed (like OPOS-Printer-commands to print the the receipt and to open the cash drawer).
Within those VBscript modules the client browser must send http-commands which do not need to wait for any answer or anything else, they just have to tell a monitoring target web server service that specific points of processing the code have been executed at the client explorer.
I tried location.href: this works but only once (at the end of the html page) and it uses the active explorer window, thus clearing the till preview - the fuction itself works fine at the monitor.
This is the question: How can I send http-strings out of a VBscript that does overcome the unwanted effects?
Thank you for any tipp! Heiner
May 27, 2005 8:31 AM
May 27, 2005 9:20 AM