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From raptor <rap...@tvskat.net>
Subject Re: dumping the params,headers and so on..
Date Mon, 25 Apr 2005 21:06:46 GMT
I found the problem the Request.pm matches form-header like this (by memory) ::

if($header_in->get('Content-type') eq 'application/form-urlencoded')  { ..... <--or
so

but I'm sending :

application/form-urlencoded;charset=win-1251

so I modified it like this :

if($header_in->get('Content-type') =~ m!^application/form-urlencoded!)  { .....

Not sure if Request.pm has to be modified, that is why I'm posting it :")

...

|ok, I found it i.e. $Request->BinaryRead(), it shows what I expected i.e.
|the request i sent :
|
|param1=value1
|
|but it was not in $$Request{Params}, did I miss something !!
|here is the code..
|
|$Response->Write( Dumper $$Request{Params} );
|$Response->Write( $Request->BinaryRead()  );
|
|and the dump :
|
|$VAR1 = bless( {}, 'Apache::ASP::Collection' ); 
|name=test
|
|
||hi,
||
||I'm tring to dump the headers and the whole conents as it is recieved from the ASP.pm.
||The reason !! I'm tring to build a more interactive app using  javascript-xmlhttp object

||(i.e. building the POST request from the client-side form).
||
||When I try this with pure perl script it works, but with ASP.pm I doesnt recieve anything
||in $$Request{Params}.
||That is why I want to dump the post-request as it is recieved by ASP.pm
||
||any idea why it works in pure CGI.pm script but not with ASP.pm.
||
||tia
|

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