It is working on Pocket PCs, very simple...!

Michael Schwarz on Tuesday, December 2, 2003

As I posted some weeks ago I am using DHTML and Javascript to display values I get from a webservice on my html page. The new thing is that I can do this with the Pocket PC device without changing the code. Thanks Microsoft for the nice ActiveXObject "Microsoft.XMLHTTP" that is installed on Windows clients (I think it will be installed with IE4 or IE5) and on Pocket PCs."POST", "[http://localhost/mymethod.asmx](http://localhost/mymethod.asmx)", true);
XmlHttp.setRequestHeader("Content-Type", "text/xml; charset=utf-8");
XmlHttp.setRequestHeader("SOAPAction", "[](");
XmlHttp.onreadystatechange = 
new Function("try{if(XmlHttp.readystate==4){

Download the complete script form [1].

You will find a running version on [2]. Sorry, it is a german sample. The sample is showing the servers date and time. In the second line you will see the numbers of calls already done, you can see how fast it is working!!!!