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" & Session("ErrMSG") End If Set objList = objXML.getElementsByTagName("*") reDim strNodeParentName(objList.length -1) For intCount = 0 To (objList.length -1) strNodeParentName(intNodeParentCount) = objList.item(intCount).nodeName If objList.item(intCount).hasChildNodes Then buildNodeNameVar() writeNode() If objList.item(intCount).firstChild.nodeName = "#text" Then If intCount <> (objList.length -1) Then checkParent() End If Else intNodeParentCount = intNodeParentCount +1 End If Else buildNodeNameVar() writeNode() If intCount <> (objList.length -1) Then checkParent() End
Search Username Password Remember Me? Register Lost Password? facebook google twitter rss Free Web Developer Tools Advanced Search Forum Programming Languages - More XML Programming msxml4.dll error 80070005 Access denied Thread: msxml4.dll error 80070005 Access denied Share This Thread Tweet This + 1 this Post To Linkedin Subscribe to this Thread Subscribe to This Thread August 19th, 2003,02:54 PM #1 No Profile Picture pfizur View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date Feb 2003 Posts 6 Rep Power 0 msxml4.dll error 80070005 Access denied Hi all I've tried the Microsoft news groups, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27203253/microsoft-xmldom-msxml3-dll-error-80070005-access-is-denied-the-code-worked no help. Hoping someone here can help me out. Our XML guy has written some code. The is a line of code as follows: oXMLServerHTTP.Send( strXML ) When anyone tried to load this document they get the following error: msxml4.dll error '80070005' Access is denied. It's pretty damn beat. Anyone have any idea why this would be happening? The offending document looks like this: <%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" %> <%Option Explicit %> <%'*** Code sample below will attempt to retrieve shipping quote from UPSonline '*** The package weighs 4.0 lbs. '*** The package will be shipped from ZIP code 17603 (Lancaster) to 19138 (Philadelphia) Dim strSZip, strSCity, strSCountry, fWeightTotal strSZip = "19138" strSCity = "Philadelphia" strSCountry = "US" fWeightTotal= 4.0 Call ShippingOptionsPullDown( strSZip, strSCity, strSCountry, fWeightTotal ) %> Faq Reply With Quote August 19th, 2003,06:01 PM #2 No Profile Picture mulligh View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date Jul 2003 Posts 19 Rep Power 0 See if this helps: http://support.microsoft.com/default...NoWebContent=1 Faq Reply With Quote October 14th, 2003,12:21 PM #3 No Profile Picture Chakaal View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date Oct 2003 Location San Antonio, TX Posts 1 Rep Power 0 You must have MSXML4 SP2 installed. Read the release notes; toward the end it explains your problem (see also below). Note that I haven't figured out how to fix it on Win2K, but the "Resultant Set of Policy Wizard" (MMC Snapin) appears to be the solution for XP and 2K3.
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msxml4.dll error 80070005 Access denied Submitted by chris on April 18, 2006 - 11:04 Windows Errors and Events I was getting this error on windows 2000 running an ASP shopping cart. It appears to be due to security tightening in MSXML4.0 SP2. I think this issue already happened (a few years ago), this latest instance was probably due to some of the released security fixes (April 2006 batch?), Here are some solutions. Please note that since the first solution worked for me, I did not have to try the others. A) 1. From the "Start" menu, select "Run", type "mmc" and then press ENTER. 2. From the "File" menu, select the item "Add/Remove Snap-In...". 3. In Add/Remove Snap-In, click "Add" button. 4. Select the "Group Policy" Snap-in and click the "Add" button, on the next screen click the "Finish" button (the default: Local Computer is good)Click the "Close" button and then the "OK" button. 5. Select Local Computer Policy -> User Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Internet Explorer Maintenance -> Security 6. Click on "Security Zones and Content Ratings" 7. For "Security Zones and Privacy", select the "Import..." radio button and click "Modify Settings" 8. Make sure you have set "Submit nonencrypted form data" to "Enable". Other solution I have not tried since the previous solution worked: B) Registry values: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Security_HKLM_only (Dword value) = 1 You may have to create CurrentVersion and Internet Settings HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\3\1601 (Dword value) = 0 This will allow you to use ServerXMLHTTP post with msxml4 sp2. C) Microsoft offered a download: "Microsoft XML Parser This update contains Microsoft XML (MSXML) functionality that will allow applications using MSXML to continue to function correctly after security update 832894, Security Update for Internet Explorer, has been applied." Here is the KB article: XML