That is really a great feature, which I will use in some upcoming projects.
Since RB 1.01 is currently in beta, you might get lucky and it will be included in RB 1.01
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Well, your request has encouraged me to do some research on HTTP POST, so I hope to be able to deliver this functionality in the very near future.
I appreciate it, Carl! Being able to POST to other services will fill in the last piece of the puzzle for turning RB into an even more powerful tool for plugging systems together. Thank you!
Seems to me we will ultimately need to be fancier, but how does the following syntax look?
url$ = "http://someplace.com" postThis$ = "first=something&second=somethingelse" response$ = httpput$(url$, postThis$) Can you think of a publicly available resource I can test against for this functionality?
Just tried it specifying fname=Carl&lname=Gundel and it responded with the source code for the page. No indication that it did anything interesting with the data I posted so it's hard to tell if it actually worked.
I was playing with the following also, with better success except that the response then wanted me to post so some other URL to prove I am not a bot.
OK Carl, it works ok direct from the webpage and I tried the following url which does return posted data but not in the expected format. Maybe you could play with this, sorry, I have to go now, its late.