Re: Advice on curling a itrc.hp.com page
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 01:17:37 -0800 (PST)
yes. :) Theoretically, I should get that info at the very least. Then am I right to say that by adding -d "f_UserID=abc&f_Password=123" I should be able to curl in my desired page?
ps. What is the -s and -S for?
Ralph Mitchell <ralphmitchell_at_gmail.com> wrote:
When I try
curl -v -s -S -L -o a.html -b cookies -c cookies
I get 5 cookies and two redirects. The second redirect sends me back
to www2.itrc.hp.com, but the url now has "admit=" and a bunch of
numbers inserted. The inout fields in a.html include
User ID or E-mail: input name=f_UserID
Password: input name=f_Password
There's also a "remember me" checkbox, some hidden fields and some
associated with searching for stuff.
Is that about what you were expecting??
On 1/4/06, June Qiu wrote:
> Well, no.
> Just issued a simple command: curl -x AAA -U BBB -o "a.html" -A 'Mozilla/4.0
> (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows NT 5.0)' -L
> Was expecting at least curl in the log-in page. But I got: HTTP/1.1 302
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> Dan Fandrich wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 03, 2006 at 07:45:13PM -0800, June Qiu wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am having some trouble curling in the page. Keeps being redirected. My
> > curled results indicate that page has moved, but when i click the new new
> > address, it is usually that of the curled address. Would appreciate any
> > given:
> Are you enabling cookies? Are you limiting the number of redirections? Both
> those look like they could affect your results.
> >>> Dan
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Received on 2006-01-04