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Re: HTTP GET

From: Nigel Peck <Nigel.Peck@itm-solutions.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 03 Jul 2002 10:56:48 +0100
Message-Id: <sd22d87f.031@itm-solutions.co.uk>
To: <aolden@glam.ac.uk>, <www-html@w3.org>

Could you please clarify the question, I'm not sure what you're asking.

Thanks
Nigel

>>> "Olden A (SApS)" <aolden@glam.ac.uk> 07/02/02 10:03pm >>>

I've Just received this mail for a project: and i'm assuming that:
ads the (WSG84) location from the 
?NMEA GPS output
?and sends it to web server 'page' (needs IP address/port/page) as the
?parameters in an HTTP GET 
?Utilising this unit enables 

Means that the information is passed in the URL, and so can be picked
up by
ASP/JSP/PHP directly. Can anyone confirm this. Sorry If this is not
the
right forum, but it's something that really puzzling me.

Andrew



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