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From Jayashree K <k_j...@yahoo.com>
Subject Dynamic parameter Values - How to fetch?
Date Thu, 10 Mar 2005 04:42:47 GMT
 posteddocument.writeln(timestamp(new Date(2005,2,8,6,24,0), dfrm, tfrm, 0, 0, 0, 0)); 08-03-2005
06:24 AM                          
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HTTPS get request are working fine.
But HTTPS Post request redirects the page. Doesn't give any error. 302 code is received saying
'Object moved to here' message.
Can anyone plz tell me why ever this could happen. 
Why database is not getting updated? 
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Posts: 21 | Registered: Sep 2001  |  IP: Logged |   posteddocument.writeln(timestamp(new Date(2005,2,9,0,40,0),
dfrm, tfrm, 0, 0, 0, 0)); 09-03-2005 12:40 AM                       
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Hi,
If you are using action classes or controller's then you should specify the correct URL and
make the request to POST. Another thing is that you should not leave any blank space during
specifying any request parameter.

Feel free to contact at 
deepaksreyas@hotmail.com

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Thanks&Regards
Deepak

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Posts: 3 | Registered: Jan 2005  |  IP: Logged |  
 posteddocument.writeln(timestamp(new Date(2005,2,9,20,5,0), dfrm, tfrm, 0, 0, 0, 0)); 09-03-2005
08:05 PM                          
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Thanks Deepak,
After analyzing a bit I found that there r some dynamic parameters which goes in.
Those parameter values are not displayed on any of the previous page responses.
I want to fetch those values from somewhere and pass in the request correctly. But to fetch
those, they should be found in response. Which are not found.
In such case, how can i fetch it?
(Or is there any way to access parameter values from memory ? Developers might be fetching
from memory only, isn't it?) 

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