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Problem running WebDAV query

  Asked By: Meagan    Date: Oct 21    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 967

I'm tring to run a WebDAV query with SPS running in the same machine. I always
getting an exception at ServerXMLHTTP40Class.Send method .This program is
written in C# .But when I tried to run the same query in ASP(vb script) page
it's it's running fine and I get the query result.

The details of the error I'm getting in C# is as follows :

System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80072EE4): An internal error
occurred in the Microsoft Windows HTTP Services at
MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP40Class.send(Object varBody)

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Answer #1    Answered By: Bradford Norman     Answered On: Oct 21

Did you ever resolve your problem? I'm having one that's similar.
I'm trying to send  an e-mail via a .NET web part on SPS. Here is the
error: COMException (0x80040220): The "SendUsing" configuration
value is invalid.

It seems to think that the CDO message object is not installed or not
installed properly. When running  the same code on a non-SPS web
server, it runs fine. We're suspicious that SPS SP-1 updated the CDO
libraries and caused the problem. Does anyone know if this is true?

We did find 2 documented work-arounds, but neither are acceptable for
external web sites: 1) enable relay, 2) allow messages to be
forwarded to our internal  mail server. The issue resembles an issue
recorded for the latest Exchange 2000 Service Pack 3. Perhaps
something similar is happening with SharePoint and the IIS Virtual
SMTP server??? According to the article, this is the new way that MS
is going to handle email through CDO. Will new W2K service packs
deliver the updated CDO libraries??? This could cause many headaches.

Has anyone else run  into this problem  and/or have a more acceptable
resolution?

 
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