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UD Http protocol and POST requests.

Hello.

I'm using 10.01.CUP10 build: 708; CP: 12.11.1097.

 

I want to get data from another application by Web Services API.  This API returns results, according to the input request data, which sent by POST method.

 

Please can you confirm if the Framework HttpClinet is been supported HTTP POST methods so that I can use this to get topology information by sending xml-request with POST method.

 

This is example of getting data by GET method:

httpClient = Framework.createClient(props)

response=httpClient.getAsString(url)

 

Could you show an example of POST-method request?

 

 

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Re: UD Http protocol and POST requests.

Hello,

 

I suggest refering to HP Discovery and Integration Content Guide, which states using HTTP POST is not supported.

 

Hope this helps,

Ana Acosta-Diaz

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Re: UD Http protocol and POST requests.

Hello,

Thank you for your answer.
But I just looked at this guide and didn't find information about limitation HTTP protocol or any supported methodes by this protocol.
Can you please say page and version of guide, where I can find this information?

Thanks in advance.
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