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From Erik Hatcher <jakarta-...@ehatchersolutions.com>
Subject Re: HTTP post task
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 23:44:32 GMT
Two ways I know of:

- Use HttpUnit, which would require an Ant task wrapper written

- Use Canoo WebTest, which, ironically, is an Ant task wrapper over 
HttpUnit :)

I believe WebTest would do the trick, although it might be a bit fiddly 
to save the result just how you want, so maybe a custom HttpUnit wrapper 
is what is needed.

	Erik


Greg 'Cosmo' Haun wrote:
> I've used the Get task to perform an HTTP GET and I've used the Telnet task
> to perform an HTTP POST (ignoring the return), but how do I do an HTTP POST
> and capture the returned document?
> 
> Is there a Post task around?  I couln't find one.
> 
> Thanks in Advance
> 
> Gregory Cosmo Haun
> Architect, Interactive Development
> Cenquest, Inc.
> 
> Phone: 503.276.7943
> Email: ghaun->cenquest.com
> 
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