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  1. #1
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    Accessing the body of HTTP request

    Hi,

    I want to know how do we access the body of a request, actually i want to see the content of the post data when a file is being uploaded.

    Basically i want to know how do we access the body of an active trasaction(Http request).

    Looking forward for your suggestions on the same.

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    Re: Accessing the body of HTTP request

    Do you want to see the content of data posted by any ongoing connection (some other applications) ?

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    Re: Accessing the body of HTTP request

    Actually I want to access the post data of the HTTP request when there is a upload is happening, based on the content type of the data(multipart/form data) being uploaded i need to start an exe, I am trying to do this in a filter and ESubmit event of the filter, its raising panic on the device unable to prform operation(-26000) panic, I am able to get the data being posted but unable to successfully complete the transaction.

    Looking forward for suggestions on the same.

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