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Use the code below, substituting your own QuickBase information for the information shown in the URL statement.

'*****open connection'
set DataConn=Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
dim URL
dim cellString

URL = ";qid=6&amp;fmt=structured"
DataConn.Open "GET", URL, false
set responseXML = DataConn.responseXML
set recordNodes = responseXML.selectNodes("/*/table/records/record")

<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="10" width="190">
<td class="rightnav">Customer Stories</td>
<%for i = 0 to recordNodes.length - 1
   set templateName = recordNodes(i).selectSingleNode("f[1]")
   set templateURL  = recordNodes(i).selectSingleNode("f[2]")
   cellString = "<a href=" &amp; templateURL.text &amp; ">" &amp; templateName.text &amp; "</a>"
   Response.write(cellString &amp; "<br>")

NOTE: QuickBase recommends that you use application tokens when working with API calls (To learn more, please see our Application Tokens help topic).


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