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From Dominic Hughes <domi...@theory.Stanford.EDU>
Subject Re: [HttpClient] Post parameters
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2002 21:38:07 GMT
I posted a related HttpClient problem on 26 May, involving POST

After investigation using logging, my friend and I observed that some
sites are so badly implemented that they are sensitive to the order of
parameters posted in the query string.  To make PostMethod robust for such
sites, we re-implemented our own version of PostMethod, allowing us to
control the ordering of parameters when the query string is formed.

I'm a complete newbie to open source.  Who do I discuss this problem with
in order to determine whether I should go in and de-bug PostMethod myself?  
Or is there some official bug list to post on, so that that someone with
more authority can fix this bug?  Please let me know how I can be the most


On Mon, 3 Jun 2002, Jonathan Carlson wrote:

> After experienced undesired behavior and looking at the
> code it appears that POST parameters are also being passed
> to the redirected page.
> I've tried fixing this with a little tweak, but I am
> realizing that it may be more involved than I had
> originally thought.
> Has anyone else experienced this?  I'm using the 5/28
> nightly build.
> Jonathan
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