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From "Mike Jackson" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] query string from POST method
Date Fri, 16 Jun 2006 21:24:57 GMT
> Hello to all,
>    Is there a way though httpd proxy to "show" the arguments sent with a 
> POST method?  I have been trying to find a way to reveal arguments from 
> our java application that are POST method to the server... for example 
> http://someserver/;jsessionid=HDFDFDDFDFD?Username=test&password=blabhblah
> I have set up a httpd proxy and every other call that I make (MOSTLY GETS) 
> reveals the query string, but no mater what config I give the server, I 
> cannot get the POST.

I don't know if Apache can do that, but one solution I've used in the past 
is a packet sniffer like Ethereal. Capture HTTP packets and look for what 
you want. 

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