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i need to write a program that does a login on a server and then submits
a some kind of number... using indy it's easy but every time i do the
login and the submitting a number, server wants login again ??!!??

is there a some kind of cookie that a need to handle on order to submit a
number ???

anci...@mad.scientist.com

 

Re:indy http.post question


Might it be looking for a cookie perhaps?
... obviously it is carrying the login params in some manner - just a
question of finding out how.
/A.

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> i need to write a program that does a login on a server and then submits
> a some kind of number... using indy it's easy but every time i do the
> login and the submitting a number, server wants login again ??!!??

> is there a some kind of cookie that a need to handle on order to submit a
> number ???

> anci...@mad.scientist.com

Re:indy http.post question


In article <3b201103$2_1@dnews>, aoneillSPAMMKIL...@ipa.net says...

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> Might it be looking for a cookie perhaps?
> ... obviously it is carrying the login params in some manner - just a
> question of finding out how.

that's what i have questioned... is there a way to find out what is it
looking for...

if it helps, here's the link
http://www.ptt.yu/servis/timecheck.dll/logon
and then
http://www.ptt.yu/servis/timecheck.dll/ticketform

anci...@mad.scientist.com

Re:indy http.post question


Look at the HTML page that is used from browser to acces these URL's There
you will find the exact parameters.

Doychin

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> In article <3b201103$2_1@dnews>, aoneillSPAMMKIL...@ipa.net says...
> > Might it be looking for a cookie perhaps?
> > ... obviously it is carrying the login params in some manner - just a
> > question of finding out how.

> that's what i have questioned... is there a way to find out what is it
> looking for...

> if it helps, here's the link
> http://www.ptt.yu/servis/timecheck.dll/logon
> and then
> http://www.ptt.yu/servis/timecheck.dll/ticketform

> anci...@mad.scientist.com

Re:indy http.post question


In article <3b20d84b_1@dnews>, doic...@5group.com says...

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> Look at the HTML page that is used from browser to acces these URL's There
> you will find the exact parameters.

i have looked... i know the exact parameters, just there is something
that i need to recieve when i logon, and the to send it tith the other
data...

i don't know what, does anybody know here????

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> > In article <3b201103$2_1@dnews>, aoneillSPAMMKIL...@ipa.net says...
> > > Might it be looking for a cookie perhaps?
> > > ... obviously it is carrying the login params in some manner - just a
> > > question of finding out how.

> > that's what i have questioned... is there a way to find out what is it
> > looking for...

> > if it helps, here's the link
> > http://www.ptt.yu/servis/timecheck.dll/logon
> > and then
> > http://www.ptt.yu/servis/timecheck.dll/ticketform

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