If anyone is interested in making XMLRPC requests directly from the client, I have been able to get xmlrpc to
It works both ways.
I have tested it on IE 6.02 and you need to change lines in ProcessRequest :
function to read:
dom = this.getObject("XMLDOM",http.responseText);
and change the getObject function to use the latest ActiveX Control:
MSXML2.XMLHTTP.3.0 (or 4.0)
MSXML2.DOMDocument.3.0 (or 4.0)
The controls are found on MSDN in the Web Services -> XML area.
As another note, you DO NOT NEED the rpcproxy.cgi script to use this. That is a proxy script to get around JS Security. You can use PHP to build the proxy. But, I was able to get the CGI working with GCC compiler on Solaris (change the -KPCI, depend and -x03 optimizer settings in the Makefile )