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How to call RestFul WCF POST service using POSTMAN or any client tool application?
Install a tool called Fiddler and then use the below raw request. URL:http://localhost/Sample/Service1.svc/post/createNewSurvey User-Agent: Fiddler Content-Type: application/json Host: localhost {"id":"5","Data":"sample data to be sent to server"}

Categories : C#

how i get the value of a post variable, send by ajax in php
'SELECT * FROM `RMap` WHERE `ID` ='+$_POST["ID"] In PHP, you concatenate strings with a . (dot) instead of a + (plus sign). i.e. Your code should look like: $array = toString('SELECT * FROM `RMap` WHERE `ID` =' . $_POST["ID"]);

Categories : PHP

Send post variable from aspx to php and get result
When you write ajax calls its always good to configure the error handler too. If this can, specify the protocol. Otherwise it will be treated as a relative url. You can see the call in a debug tool like firebug or fiddler. $.ajax ({ type: "POST", url:"http://www.mySite.com/sqlExecute.php", data: {'d':'empty'}, dataType: "text", success: function(data) { alert (data); } }).fail(function(jqXHR, textStatus) { alert( "Request failed: " + textStatus ); });;

Categories : PHP

How to send a POST image url variable through a form in Laravel 4
{{ Form::file('myImage') }} Seriously, it's that easy! See: http://laravel.com/docs/html Then, to retrieve the file: $file = Input::file('myImage'); See: http://laravel.com/docs/requests#files

Categories : Forms

send array variable via ajax post request
try following var array = document.getElementById("<your array elem>"); var formdata = new FormData(); for(var i=0; i< array.length; i++){ formdata.append("<key>",array[i]); } $.ajax( { url: "<url>", dataType: "<expected return datatype>", type: "POST", data: formdata, success: function (result, status) { //process success }, error: function (result, status) { //process failure } });

Categories : PHP

Android: send post params, file, and text in one Http Post Request
Take a look at what I use in my apps: In my ServerController.class: AsyncTask to POST/GET calls private final int GET = 0; private final int POST = 1; private class ServerRequestTask extends AsyncTask<Void, Void, Void> { private URL requestUrl; private int request_type; private Map<String, String> parameters; private JSONObject json_parameters; private boolean showDialog; public ServerRequestTask(URL requestUrl, int request_type, Map<String, String> parameters, boolean showDialog) { this.requestUrl = requestUrl; this.request_type = request_type; this.parameters = parameters; this.showDialog = showDialog; } public ServerRequestTask(URL requestUrl, int request_type, JSONObject json_parameters, boolean s

Categories : Android

$.post with serialize doesn't send post variables and values
hi can you please try this in your jquery code $(".calc").submit(function(event) { event.preventDefault(); $.post( 'process.php', $(".calc :input").serialize(), function( data ) { $(".result").append(data); } ); });

Categories : PHP

Php error "Undefined variable:post" when using "get_post_thumbnail_id($post->ID)"
My guess would be that this code is in a function, like so: function doSomething($someparams) { // ... $fotoer_recent_thumb = // ..... // ... } In this case, $post does not exist in this scope, and must be imported by adding the following line inside your function: global $post; Alternatively, and more cleanly, pass it as a parameter.

Categories : PHP

post variable containing XML data to a web-server using POST in iPhone
If by "specify XML for a variable" you mean send an XML string as part of multipart/form-data, then it's easy. You just have to append your XML string to your request body like you do, but additionaly encapsulate it between boundaries and add a content header. NSURL *remoteURL = [NSURL URLWithString:@"http://someurl"]; NSMutableURLRequest *imageRequest = [[NSMutableURLRequest alloc] initWithURL:remoteURL]; //A unique string that will be repeated as a separator NSString *boundary = @"14737809831466499882746641449"; //this is important so the webserver knows that you're sending multipart/form-data NSString *contentType = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"multipart/form-data; boundary=%@", boundary]; [imageRequest addValue:contentType forHTTPHeaderField: @"Content-Type"]; NSMutableData *body =

Categories : Iphone

Django-Postman disable email notification per user
That code says that django-postman reads a setting (from your settings.py file) called POSTMAN_DISABLE_USER_EMAILING, and if no value is set, it defaults to False. The docs say: POSTMAN_DISABLE_USER_EMAILING Set it to True if you do not want basic email notification to users. This setting does not apply to visitors (refer to POSTMAN_DISALLOW_ANONYMOUS), nor to a notifier application (refer to POSTMAN_NOTIFIER_APP) Defaults to: False. However, that turns emailing on and off across the whole system. To disable user emailing on a per-user basis as you request, this code in postman/utils.py points to an answer: if notification: # the context key 'message' is already used in django-notification/models.py/send_now() (v0.2.0) notification.send(users=[user], label=label

Categories : Python

Send XML with php via post
First, if your code is written like this, I doubt this works be cause of the quotes... You should use double quote around your xml: $my_xml = "<?xml version='1.0' standalone='yes'?> <user> <Name>xmltest@freightquote.com</Name> <Password>XML</Password> </user>"; Also, you could use poster, a firefox addon (there is probably the equivalent on chrome), to help you with your requests, especially if you use WebServices. That way, you will be able to see if the error is server-side or client-side. This should help you debugging.

Categories : PHP

$.post- How to tell what data to send?
There is no form involved here, but name and time are the keys for the values John and 2pm sent in the request, yes. The request body ends up looking like this: name=John&time=2pm

Categories : Jquery

What is your opinion about send POST and GET together?
A form can use POST or GET. Most forms will use POST. And you choose one or the other, and should not try to use a combination of the two. It's a verb - you're either GET(ting) or you are POST(ing).

Categories : C#

Send Image using POST
You are doing some weird stuff with encoding. It's probably better if you pass the file name in as a header.. You can fetch the filename out on the MVC side.. by using HttpContext.Current.Request. Then, just change your RequestStream you are writing in your wpf app, to this: byte[] imb = File.ReadAllBytes(ImageName + ".png")));

Categories : C#

How many bytes can I send via POST / GET?
If you read the following standard you can see that there shouldn't be a limit, but the web servers might have (a quote from here http 1.1) The HTTP protocol does not place any a priori limit on the length of a URI. Servers MUST be able to handle the URI of any resource they serve, and SHOULD be able to handle URIs of unbounded length if they provide GET-based forms that could generate such URIs. A server SHOULD return 414 (Request-URI Too Long) status if a URI is longer than the server can handle As far as I know the limit for apache is 4000 characters long for a GET request For POSTs there shouldn't be any limit

Categories : PHP

How send a PDF by POST HttpWebRequest in C#
This should be what you are looking for: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/debx8sh9.aspx Here's a quick code example: byte[] pdfFile = File.ReadAllBytes("pdf file path here"); WebRequest request = WebRequest.Create("https://test.site.fr/Testfile"); request.Method = "POST"; request.ContentLength = pdfFile.Length; request.ContentType = "application/pdf"; Stream stream = request.GetRequestStream(); stream.Write(pdfFile, 0, pdfFile.Length); stream.Close(); HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse(); StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(response.GetResponseStream()); Console.WriteLine(reader.ReadToEnd()); reader.Close();

Categories : C#

Send a post request through an API
As we discussed in #balanced on IRC, here's a rough example on how to accomplish what you're looking for. https://gist.github.com/remear/7f6d7e6f24aa7e63fd2b

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Send file using PHP POST in C#
There is no "PHP POST", just POST or GET (that are part of HTTP request, like many order verbs). You should consider using HttpWebRequest in order to send data via POST.

Categories : C#

Send POST request to another action
No need to post to another action here, just follow the rails pattern (if you've ever scaffolded a new resource, you should have seen this before): def download url = Url.new(params[:url]) if url.save redirect_to happy_route else redirect_to unhappy_route end end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Is it possible to send POST data across domains using PHP?
You can have your satellite sites connect to your central database directly as well. They don't have to be on the same servers. All you need for that to work is a user account on your DB server which allows access from other addresses than localhost.

Categories : PHP

How could I send the information in AJAX at POST?
Change "GET" to "POST" and put the data (in the same form as in the query string, but without the ? prefix) as the argument to the send() method instead of in the URL.

Categories : PHP

How to send variables in jquery.post
If your page is on same server then just don't stringify your DATE $.post("http://students.info.uaic.ro/~calin.chifan/api/compartiment/sertar/add.json",DATE,function(data){ alert(data); }); If your page is on different server then use server side scripting(like php Curl) with ajax to get data

Categories : Jquery

how to send a post error in angularjs
According to the AngularJS documentation for $http: A response status code between 200 and 299 is considered a success status and will result in the success callback being called. Note that if the response is a redirect, XMLHttpRequest will transparently follow it, meaning that the error callback will not be called for such responses. If you want your HTTP call to result in the error handler being called you need to return a non 2XX response code (and also non-redirect as mentioned). You can find a pretty full list of HTTP response codes here

Categories : Angularjs

how to get string from xmlhttp.send(str) via POST in PHP
You can send any data you like. Usually, you would encode the data as application/x-www-form-urlencoded: var data = "foo=" + encodeURIComponent(data) + "&bar=" + encodeURIComponent(more_data); xmlhttp.send(data); And then access it via $_POST['foo'] and $_POST['bar']. If you want to access the raw data, then you can access it via file_get_contents('php://input'); Use setRequestHeader to specify the content type of the data you are sending.

Categories : PHP

POST doesn't send data
In your javascript, is selectedname02 defined anywhere? If it is, then open up your network tab and you'll see whether or not it's sending data. The POST request has the header Content-Type: application/json by default though so make sure you're trying to get json data and not form encoded data or something. I'm not familiar with spring mvc at all so check their docs.

Categories : Rest

Send post request from one site to another
Do you mean that you want the end user of your website to send a POST request from their browser, or that you want your server-side code to send a POST request? If the former, you can simply use that other site as the action in a form: <form method="post" action="http://www.example.com/somepage.php"> If the latter, you can use curl to send a POST request. Edit: Based on comments, it looks like what you're trying to achieve is to have a client-initiated form POST, but to initiate it from code without user interaction. In this case you'd still have a form in the page. Though it doesn't need to be displayed to the user. Perhaps it could contain only hidden fields, for example. Something like this: <form id="someHiddenForm" method="post" action="http://www.example.com/somepa

Categories : PHP

Send post data through winform
You should watch the request in a debugger like Fiddler, and compare between the real site and the request sent by your code. One suspicious thing in the snippet above is that you're sending the data in JSON format, but claiming that it's "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" instead of "application/json". You may also need to set headers like User-Agent, and/or cookies or authentication headers.

Categories : C#

Send POST Request wget
Try with cUrl command curl -i -X POST http://pregame.com/sportsbook_spy/default.aspx -H "Content-Type: text/csv" --data-binary "@file.csv" How to send POST request with data specified in file via CURL

Categories : PHP

Send image from post request
You cannot upload a file from a webpage with this approach. If its possible, you could just starting getting user files as they enter your webpage. The src parameter is just the url to the image, not the data of it. As I imagine, the image is on client local drive, you can use a <input type="file"> and try to fill it with Java Script, although I think its not possible to change it this way, as this imposes a security risk too, but you can try.

Categories : Javascript

Send/Post Message to other Application
It is possible to use SendMessage and PostMessage to send mouse clicks at specific coordinates to a window. The messages to send would be like WM_LBUTTONDOWN, WM_LBUTTONUP, and WM_LBUTTONDBLCLK. These messages can be sent with the window minimized or hidden. If you have Visual Studio, there is an included application called Spy++ (and Spy++ 64 Bit). If you use those programs and have them monitor the window messages to your target application, you can see the exact window messages that are sent when you manually click on the button. It is difficult if not impossible to detect pixels when the window is not visible either due to being minimized, hidden, or just covered by another window. If the application will be running in Vista or later, you might try creating a DWM Live Thumbnail o

Categories : C#

send xml with post request httpwebrequest
You should really consider moving away from HttpWebRequest and use the new HTTPClient classes. They are much more intuitive and provides the added benefit of the new Async style architecture. To use the new HTTPClient library in a windows 7.5 app, Nuget the HTTP client library at https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.Net.Http (Install-Package Microsoft.Net.Http) Nuget http://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.Bcl.Async/ (Install-Package Microsoft.Bcl.Async ) Send your request public class SendHtmlData { public async Task<T> SendRequest<T>(XElement xml) { var client = new HttpClient(); var response = await client.PostAsync("https://requestUri", CreateStringContent(xml)); var responseString = await response.RequestMessage.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();

Categories : Xml

Python Send to and figure out POST
You need a server in order to be able to receive any GET and POST requests, one of the easier ways to get that is to set up a Django project, ready in minutes and then add custom views to handle the request you want properly.

Categories : Python

Not able to send post data with jQuery
From the last line in the question I assume, it is not working when you uncomment the line data = data + "&moredata=morevalue"; So you need to add additional data to data using data.append('moredata', 'morevalue');

Categories : Javascript

How can I send email post on azure website?
If you just need to send email, you can send emails via the System.Net Smtp classes. If you have a gmail account, you can send mails via Gmail. See this question for an example of the code. How to send email to gmail using SMTPclient in C#? you can also put mail settings into your Web/Worker Roles config file. GMail + C# + Web.Config: Send Mail Works Programmatically, Throws Exception Using Web.Config Values

Categories : C#

javascript does not send post request correctly
You are making a request to a different domain. That's a security concern for the browser. Enter CORS. The browser sends an OPTIONS request (sometimes called a 'preflight' request) before the POST to find out if the server is OK with responding to it. You'll have to make sure your server correctly respons to these requests.

Categories : Javascript

Send ZIP file to server in Base64 via POST
I believe for sending the zip file , OCTET stream should be used as content-type. Another problem in your code is that you are just taking the file name as the input. But to receive a file you should have the inputstream for the file. Also you should send the file contents and not just the name of the file. If you need to send multiple form params with you request such as file metadata and actual file contents, then using Multipart/form or Multipart/mixed content types should be considered. Here is a good tutorial for sending files using jersey framework. No matter what framework you are using, but you can take the learnings from the example: http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/file-upload-example-in-jersey/

Categories : Java

anchor tag to send post data to another page
you can create one selector for all for of your anchor tags and then submit the code to a next page. first we have your anchors as follows. <a href="#" class="answer" data-answer-id="3">Answer 3</a> <a href="#" class="answer" data-answer-id="4">Answer 4</a> Then lets create a small form components that's hidden from the user interface but is there on the dom <form style="display: none" action="nextpage.php" method="post" id='form'><input type="hidden" name="answer" /></form> then in your jquery code you intercept the click from the anchor and set the values in the form and submit it. $(".answer").click(function (e) { $("input[name=answer]").val($(this).data('answer-id')); $("#form").submit(); });

Categories : PHP

What return me request.getParameter() when I send a GET and/or POST with the same name?
An HTTP request can only have one method associated. So in your case, your request is either a GET request or a POST request, but not both. Note that other HTTP methods than GET or POST exists (OPTIONS, PUT, DELETE, ...). If you want to know which method was used in your current request, you can use request.getMethod().

Categories : Java

android httpclient send post using the url as parameters?
You should read about HttpMethods.By definition, HttpPost pass the parameters on its body, and not in the query string. HttpGet in the other hand, should pass the parameters in the query string. Besides, the entity here stands for the body.

Categories : Android

Send POST value using Ajax from a button in HTML/PHP
Firstly, do not use print_r() as this function is meant for debugging. Use print() instead. In jQuery you can access hidden field value by field name like this: $('input[name=id]').val() but you can give it id and do this: $('#id').val() ... and put your string into double quotes: print("<form id='form' method='post' action=''> <input type='hidden' name='id' value=$strTweet2> <input type='submit' value='RT'></form>"). Edit: Working example how to select hidden field value by name and post it using jQuery .post() <?php if (!empty($_POST['id'])){ print(json_encode(array('id' => $_POST['id']))); exit(); } ?> <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript">

Categories : PHP



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