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post parameter in sort of input ?

 
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hi,
i want to develop an servlet that takes unknown post-parameters one by one and take it to a mail. i have the problem that the right sort of these fields in the html-file are changes. i don't know the names of the parameters and i don't know how many parameters they are.
- do you habe any idea, how i can get the orignial-sort from the html-file ?
- can i get the original content-parameter-string and do it one by one on my own ?
please help.
heiner
 
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Hi,
to get your parameters names you can use
HttpServletRequest.getParameterNames() or getParameterMap(), but you won't get them in the same order as the <input> feilds in you html form so I guess it's no use to you.
to get the query string try HttpServletRequest.getQueryString()
If the order of the parameters are important for you, maybee you can name you parameters with a counter or somethig like
<input type="text" name="param1"/>
<input type="text" name="param2"/>
<input type="text" name="param3"/>
Hope this helps
Dominic
 
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I think getQueryString only gets the query part of the URL so it would only work with a GET. You could just get POSTed data as a stream using getInputStream, then parse it yourself.
Bill
 
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