That worked, but all I see is that you've tweaked the URL
Can you point me to some clear documentation on how web services actually work? I've got to replicate this on at least two internal sources and I have a stellar level of inexperience with this sort of thing. I need a 'web services for dummies' manual!
Ok, the URL to use GET is actually documented on their web page - I get it now
However, when I look at the equivalent page on my internal server, I see only SOAP 1.1 and 1.2, and HTTP POST - there is no GET.
When I invoke the HTTP POST directly from a browser, I get the data in xml format which I could save and load as text, and the parse within the Qlikview script, but I'm trying to automate the load. And when I try to use the POST to retrieve it from within Qlikview script, it sees it as HTML but I don't see the fields and values. So I am thinking that I need to talk to the server owner to see if they can enable using a GET and what the syntax should be?
Forgive my ignorance here, like I said this is all new to me...
There are some examples around here how to code a HTTP POST request in QlikView macro code by using Microsoft.XMLHTTP object. But, I think this is not a good implementation because this will not work on QlikView Server. So, maybe someone from your IT department can help.