Sending HTTP Post That Sends XML?

Nov 11, 2010

I am trying to add Canada Post shipping information to my website. Canada Post has this link to a sample site showing what to send. [URL] I have worked with Canada Post support and they have no sample code for C# or Visual Studio. Can some get me started on how to send the above information from a button click event?

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