Re: HTTPS POST with Reply
Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2006 14:55:27 -0700
On 9/15/06, Lamar, Dave <dlamar_at_gottschalks.com> wrote:
> Dan/Kevin -
> The vendor did specifically state that we need to do a POST.
> Cone one do a post with a following GET?
> Is that why I see no new password that may have been generated?
First- I'd login manually to change your password.
Second- Regarding POST vs. GET-
Browsers automatically do a "GET" when you type a URL into them...
BUT- Form submission (ie "<form>" tags) can do a POST, among other
things- That is what your contact at the web site was referring to
...And you are going to basically be faking out an HTTP POST in your Curl
Received on 2006-09-15