This may seem wierd, and I know someone asked this question before but
was told they were doing it the hard way. Unlike them, I do not have
need to do it without a browser. I can handle all the socket code,
that's not the issue, the issue is what command I need to send. I
should be able to hit the page and issue it's functionality just like
I could with a wget or by pasting a CGI with its actions into a
Here's the snippet of the method I need to call - nothing special at
<form name="click" action="mysite/cgi-bin/my.cgi" method="POST">
<input type="hidden" name="ses" value="366021079">
<input type="hidden" name="id" value="somevalue">
src="/images/img.gif" width=290 height=73 alt="alt text"
<input type="submit" value="Submit">
The browser, if I use that lists the link as:
I need to call that method remotely.
I know all the above values - that's not the issue - I just need to
find a way to make it execute the submit() function where I can pass
in the variables. I know in CGI I could do things like
Thanks in advance.
Nathan DeBardeleben wrote:
> This may seem wierd, and I know someone asked this question before but
> was told they were doing it the hard way. Unlike them, I do not have
> need to do it without a browser.
Yes, that sounds weird.
> I can handle all the socket code,
> that's not the issue, the issue is what command I need to send.
exist, and you want to know what command to send it?
Do you mean you want to simulate the submission of this form? You can do
that by sending out the appropriate headers with the form values in the body
of the request:
>> POST /cgi-bin/my.cgi HTTP/1.1
>> Host: mysite
>> Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
>> Content-Length: [work it out]
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