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Fake a post request from java class

 
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Hi all,

I'm a new comer here, nice to meet you all. I have a problem and need your help.
I send a post request from my java class but the target page doesn't process my request.
This is my source code, I think there's no problem in my source:


and the url I use is:
http://noip.gov.vn/noip/feedback.nsf/frmFeedbackv3?OpenForm&Language=English
 
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"hura no name", please check your private messages regarding an important administrative matter.
 
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That's a lot of code. What, exactly, happens if you run it? "doesn't process" gives us nothing to work with. Have you used an HTTP monitoring tool (like the Firefox extension LiveHttpHeaders) to observe how the HTTP sent by browser is different from the HTTP sent by your code?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:That's a lot of code. What, exactly, happens if you run it? "doesn't process" gives us nothing to work with. Have you used an HTTP monitoring tool (like the Firefox extension LiveHttpHeaders) to observe how the HTTP sent by browser is different from the HTTP sent by your code?


Sry for not very clear explaination.

When I run that code, the content of the response I get is the same as the page that contains the form.Let's say, I have a form A, I submit it with parameter then it should return me "Submit success" or "Submit failed". But what I receive is still the form A.
 
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OK.

Ulf Dittmer wrote:Have you used an HTTP monitoring tool (like the Firefox extension LiveHttpHeaders) to observe how the HTTP sent by the browser is different from the HTTP sent by your code?

 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:OK.

Ulf Dittmer wrote:Have you used an HTTP monitoring tool (like the Firefox extension LiveHttpHeaders) to observe how the HTTP sent by the browser is different from the HTTP sent by your code?



I've just install LiveHttp headers add-on.
When I submit form from firefox, I can see the sent data that I input the form. Then I clear the content of LiveHttp and run my java source -> nothing happens, the LiveHttp is empty.
 
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Then I clear the content of LiveHttp and run my java source -> nothing happens, the LiveHttp is empty.


Of course it is. It's a browser plugin, so it can be used to monitor browser traffic, not any HTTP traffic originating from your machine. But you can use its output to compare it to your Java source code, to see whether that would generate the same output.

If you want to monitor all HTTP traffic, use an HTTP proxy.
 
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Too many comments :(
 
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one of the problems is that you need to append the GET params (the name-value pairs after the ? mark in the target URL) in the post string too (see code lines 229 to 231 below) ...

good advice - if you have the time is to use: apache http client http://hc.apache.org/ . will be better in the long run ... more robust and covers more cases including file upload, authorization etc

if you do not want something so heavy can use this code






 
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