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    winHTTP.h

    Anybody have WinHTTP.h? for some reason it did not come with my C++ compiler.
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    --Andy

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    never heard of it... google searches didn't turn up very much either...
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    Not sure if this link will work because it is an asp....

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ckplatform.asp

    In the MSDN Library do a search on WinHTTP.h and you will come up with a boat load of information on it. Basically for making http/https requests via software. There is supposed to be a COM object also for vbs scripting... I'm looking for the header file or what I need to do in order to access the functions made available. Or even an SDK that I can download that will have the functionality.
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    EDIT: Added a copy of my build error log. This shows the functions that I'm trying to use that are supposed to be part of winhttp.h .. I found the SDK for 5.0, but I'm getting conflicts with WinInet.h
    are there similar functions that run from WinInet.h?
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    I saw the msdn entries, but that didn't help me with anything... looks like a proprietary windows thing that only specialized compilers would need...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbes80 View Post
    Anybody have WinHTTP.h? for some reason it did not come with my C++ compiler.
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    Hi, You need to obtain and install Microsoft Platform SDK package.This will be found there.

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    The Winhttp.h file and the Winhttp.lib file are included in the Microsoft Platform software development kit (SDK). To download the Platform SDK, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
    http://www.microsoft.com/msdownload/...sdk/sdkupdate/ (http://www.microsoft.com/msdownload/...sdk/sdkupdate/)

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    And answering posts that are 3.5 years old is pretty pointless, as it's unlikely the original poster is actually still looking for the answer, and it's very unlikely someone will be able to find the answer in the 0.75 million posts.

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    Talking

    ZOMG, I can now finally get this done... what was this for again? wth?

    lol... seriously though, the only reason I knew to come back is because I had subscribed to this. The project that this was for was completed, put into production, and obsoleted over a 2 years ago.

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