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    Angry Querying website

    Does anyone know wth this means?

    "You canít just put the request strings in a browser with this solution, you have to post the data."

    I have already tried using WebRequest, using HTTP POST, reading the response etc. none of those works.

    Its basically this: I query a website usng HTTP POST in C#, and it returns the answer to a URL that I provided (call it myURL). Iam supposed to capture the data from that myURL. Websites being dynamic and stateless, dont see how this works.

    If you can explain the design, I can figure out the code as well.

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    Re: Querying website

    Please see my reply in the other thread. For some reason, I missed your earlier replies.


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