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I am working on a labview mobile 5.0 application using labview 8.2 and I need to be able to submit a URL to a web server and then retrieve the data in a string. I plan on using match pattern on the retrieved data after I have received the HTML data.

Thanks for any help you can provide!

Thanks,

Nick Powers

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In standard labview I could use the http control but I need to learn how to do this with the basic TCP tools provide with the PDA module.

Thanks!

Nick Powers

I am working on a labview mobile 5.0 application using labview 8.2 and I need to be able to submit a URL to a web server and then retrieve the data in a string. I plan on using match pattern on the retrieved data after I have received the HTML data.

Thanks for any help you can provide!

Thanks,

Nick Powers

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In standard labview I could use the http control but I need to learn how to do this with the basic TCP tools provide with the PDA module.

Hi Nick, and welcome to LAVA! What you're asking for isn't really a LabVIEW question per se, but more a tcp / HTTP question. LabVIEW can perform whatever tcp messaging you like, so try a google on terms like "get" "html" "tcp" etc...

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I am working on a labview mobile 5.0 application using labview 8.2 and I need to be able to submit a URL to a web server and then retrieve the data in a string. I plan on using match pattern on the retrieved data after I have received the HTML data.

Nick,

There is an unreleased http library in the OpenG CVS repository which uses TCP-IP to perform an HTTP GET.

Info on how to do a CVS checkout:

http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=52435

Browse CVS Repository (ViewCVS):

http://opengtoolkit.cvs.sourceforge.net/op.../http/http.llb/

The http library depends on some other OpenG libraries, so you should install VI Package Manager in order to download+install the OpenG libraries.

-Jim

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