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readyState Property (ServerXMLHTTP-IServerXMLHTTPRequest)


Represents the state of the request.

Script Syntax

lValue = oServerXMLHTTPRequest.readyState;  


var XmlServerHttp;
XmlServerHttp = new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.ServerXMLHTTP.6.0");
XmlServerHttp.onreadystatechange = doServerHttpReadyStateChange;"GET", "https://localhost/sample.xml", true);
function doServerHttpReadyStateChange() {
   if (XmlServerHttp.readyState == 4) {

Visual Basic Syntax

lValue = oServerXMLHTTPRequest.readyState  

C/C++ Syntax

HRESULT get_readyState(long* pvarVal);  


pvarVal [out, retval]
The state of the request, as an I4 (4-byte integer). The following values are defined.

(0) UNINITIALIZED The object has been created but has not been initialized because the open method has not been called.
(1) LOADING The object has been created but the send method has not been called.
(2) LOADED The send method has been called and the status and headers are available, but the response is not yet available.
(3) INTERACTIVE Some data has been received. You can call responseBody and responseText to get the current partial results.
(4) COMPLETED All the data has been received, and the complete data is available in responseBody and responseText.

C/C++ Return Values

The value returned if successful.


This property returns a 4-byte integer.


Implemented in: MSXML 3.0, MSXML 6.0

Applies to


See Also

open Method (ServerXMLHTTP-IServerXMLHTTPRequest)
responseBody Property (ServerXMLHTTPRequest-IServerXMLHTTPRequest)
responseText Property (ServerXMLHTTP-IServerXMLHTTPRequest)
send Method (ServerXMLHTTP-IServerXMLHTTPRequest)
status Property (ServerXMLHTTP-IServerXMLHTTPRequest)
statusText Property (ServerXMLHTTP-IServerXMLHTTPRequest)