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Re: POST method in ComLine

From: Henrik Frystyk Nielsen <frystyk@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 1998 18:43:48 -0500
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To: Linus.Walleij@ecs.ericsson.se, www-lib@w3.org
At 13:24 3/27/98 +0100, Linus.Walleij@ecs.ericsson.se wrote:

>Ehrm. I've seen a lot of questions in this list relating to the use of
>the POST
>command in the command line tool. Users claimed again and again it
>doesn't work. Why?

>w3c -form -post http://... RECORD=ID#COL1#COL2#COL3#COL4#COL4
>
>Note the use of hash signs (#) as separators. The bogus formdata option
>will interpret a comma (,) as field separator or something so it just
>won't
>work. Use the # instead.

Hmm, have you tried something like this

	w3c -form -post http://... "RECORD=ID" "COL1=a" "COL2=b" "COL3=c" "COL4=d"

Henrik

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