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From Chris Ashurst <CAshu...@thig.com>
Subject RE: NameValuePair Clarification
Date Wed, 31 May 2006 16:37:01 GMT
See, I knew it was something that blindingly simple.

I was kind of blinded by the fact that NVP seems more like a hash/collection
rather than an array, and completely forgot about such basic things as array
indexes ;)

Thanks for clearing my mindfreeze :)


~Chris

-----Original Message-----
From: sebb [mailto:sebbaz@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 12:32
To: HttpClient User Discussion
Subject: Re: NameValuePair Clarification


Assuming that you can count all the NV pairs you want to send, surely
you can create the array as:

NameValuePair [] nvp = new NameValuePair[count];

and then add the values as indexes 0,1,...count-1 ?

S.
On 31/05/06, Chris Ashurst <CAshurst@thig.com> wrote:
> I've been looking over the API for NameValuePair, and I've noticed that it
> doesn't seem possible to append new NameValuePairs to an already existing
> set.
>
> This normally isn't a problem, as I guess people know precisely what
they're
> going to be sending, but I'm having an issue where I know the majority of
> the variables I'm using in the request, but I have a varying number of
> "flags" that can be sent with a request.
>
> The flags themselves will all have the value of True attached to them, but
> as I say, I can't see a way to extract them from their current state in a
> list and put them into a bunch of NameValuePairs that I can then put into
my
> big NameValuePair for the request.
>
> Does the request (in this case, POST) *have* to be in NameValuePair
format?
> Can I append extra variables onto the end of the data? I know I must be
> missing something...
>
> // SNIP //
> ListIterator li = cdsRmTestList.listIterator();
>                NameValuePair[] flags = null;
>                while (li.hasNext()) {
>                        flags = new NameValuePair(li.next().toString(),
> "True");
>                }
>                NameValuePair[] data = {
>                                new NameValuePair("txtName",
> cdsName.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtStreet",
> cdsStreet.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtCity",
> cdsCity.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtState",
> cdsState.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtZip",
> cdsZip.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtPlus4",
> cdsZipPlusFour.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtFirm",
> cdsFirm.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtUserName",
> "towerhilltest"),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtPassword",
> "towerhilltest"),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtLat",
> cdsLat.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtLon",
> cdsLon.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtGeoResult",
> cdsGeoResult.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtCensusBlockId",
> cdsCensusBlockId.toString()),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtGenMapImage",
> "False"),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtZoom", "1"),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtMapWidth", "1"),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtMapHeight", "1"),
>                                new NameValuePair("txtInteractiveMap",
> "False"),
>                                // Wait a second, this isn't going to
> work...
>                                new NameValuePair("txtRmTestList",
> cdsRmTestList)
>                };
> //SNIP //
>
> Obviously the above code won't work, but I hope it will illustrate what
I'm
> trying to achieve.
>
> Thanks!
>
>
> ~Chris
>
>
> Chris Ashurst
> ~Systems Production Support
> ~~Tower Hill Insurance Group
>
>
>
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