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genxlogics
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Pinned topic HTTP POST : Query String to backend server

‏2013-03-12T06:48:06Z |
Hi Hermann/All,
i have tried every options to send Query string in HTTP POST to backend server but it isnt working. probe shows nothing. i will appreciate if i could be helped. my multirptocol gateway service has one request rule with transform action which has one XSL. XSL code is attached. rest of the service configuration is below
request-type=XML
response-type=JSON
Updated on 2013-03-13T11:51:05Z at 2013-03-13T11:51:05Z by kenhygh
  • kenhygh
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    Re: HTTP POST : Query String to backend server

    ‏2013-03-12T13:10:30Z  in response to genxlogics
    Try this, seems to work fine for me.

    Ken
    • genxlogics
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      Re: HTTP POST : Query String to backend server

      ‏2013-03-13T05:35:20Z  in response to kenhygh
      sorry Ken but this also dint work. server sends the response as if it is not receiving query string. please see below response from server

      solution is required.project is required.process is required.user is required.password is required."

      all these parameters are being passed in query string.
    • genxlogics
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      Re: HTTP POST : Query String to backend server

      ‏2013-03-13T06:25:25Z  in response to kenhygh
      Thanks Ken,
      eventually there isnt any problem with how i am sending data. i tried putting TCPmon in between and i can see the post string. the probe doesnt show this. so it look like there isnt any problem with DP configuration.

      Thanks everyone !!
      • kenhygh
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        Re: HTTP POST : Query String to backend server

        ‏2013-03-13T11:51:05Z  in response to genxlogics
        TCPMon is a good idea. I've done similar things using a loopback XMLFW or something similar.

        Ken