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XML response not correct in Java, but correct in browser  RSS feed

 
Marius Vasile
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Firs of all I want to say that I was able to read XML response from URL. Thank you for this and many other helps. I read and printed the response (code below) but the result is not correct.

In browser shows me (correct):



And in Java it prints this (incorrect):


How can I get the correct result? Thank you!

My code for getting and printing the response:
Example 1:



Example 2:

 
Paul Clapham
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Well, hopefully you read Italian better than I do, but what you got appears to say something about sessions and having to log in.

So I suggest that your browser is cooperating with the server in maintaining a session, most likely by receiving and sending a cookie. Your Java code should do the same thing. So first it should go to the login page with the right parameters, and then it should receive a cookie along with the response, and then it should go to the data page, sending the cookie along with the data.

That's just a rough description with a fair amount of guesswork. I suggest you observe the requests and responses when you access the site with your browser, and then write your Java code to send the same requests.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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