Re: How to download a file using CURL command
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 13:00:58 -0700
On Tue, Oct 16, 2007 at 12:20:22PM +0100, Babu, Ramesh (LBD) wrote:
> Please provide solution to my problem........
> If I type the following URL sample in internet explorer, popup will come to
> save the file (XML file).
> Note: xxxxxx has some meaningfull information, due to security reasons, I
> didn't mention the exact website name and values.
> I would like to receive the file in above URL with CURL command.
> If I use CURL
> itials=RZ&function=SEARCH&vrm=xxxxxx&XML=TRUE&deviceType=XM, I am getting
> error like Only Search Function is currently Supported In Gate call!.
> I tried using -o -v --trace options with CURL. Please tell me CURL command
> to download the file using above URL.
There are a couple of potential problems here, and because you didn't show the
exact command you used or the exact results you got, all I can do is guess.
One is that the URL needs to be in double quotes because some of the
characters can be treated specially by the shell. Another is that the server
might need cookies enabled to work properly. Another is that some of the
parameters (e.g. vrm) might be cookies in disguise, and would need need to be
pulled from a new form before each download. Finally, the server could be
failing because the User-Agent header isn't recognized.
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