[REBOL] Re: POST
From: tim:johnsons-web at: 29-Jun-2003 8:38
* Marc Meurrens <[rebol--meurrens--org]> [030629 02:47]:
> At 19:13 28/06/2003 +0200, you wrote:
> >Saturday, June 28, 2003, 12:11:50 AM, Carl wrote:
> >> 2. We switch on POST and GET to allow a third case: NONE. This is
> >> very handy for local debugging
> >yes it is indeed. but as a sidenote, it is perfectly legal to have
> >both, a query string and post data (thru e.g. a POST to
> > Andreas mailto:[andreas--bolka--gmx--net]
This is very interesting, I've tried this in the past, with
no success, but I didn't use the enctype.
BTW: I've used pathinfo extensively in the past for config
values. It's never let me down. IOWS
pathinfo yields ['mammals' 'cats' 'tabby']
data structure depending on the parsing method of course.
> a) MIXING 'post AND query-string
> Yes indeed.
> There is an example of "mixing" 'post method and query-string at URL
> the output of the action script "cgi.reb" of this form
> probes a REBOL object showing how mixed entries are processed by make-cgi.r
> Can be usefull to quickly add some config values thru the URL of the form's
> action, etc.
> without the need for hidden fields in the form it self.
> As another sidenote, mind that your query-string and/or posted data
> do NOT need to be a set of well formed form fields values.
> Instead, your script on your server may decide to retrieve and to proceed
> it-self the data as in
> b) LOCAL DEBUGGING
> See the refinements /test-query-string , /test-posted-data and
> added in the brand new version 0.1.2 of make-cgi.r at
> (or read the intensively commented source code, near the end)
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