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    Can POST argument(s) be passed to the server via Silk?

    I have the following problem:
    I need to bypass the browser and pass the form's POST arguments.
    Can I do that with Silk?

    Thanks

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    Re: Can POST argument(s) be passed to the server via Silk?

    SilkTest cannot do that, but SilkPerformer can. (Except that is an expensive solution to a cheap problem)


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    Re: Can POST argument(s) be passed to the server via Silk?

    The cheap (free) way is with Microsoft Homer:

    http://homer.rte.microsoft.com/

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    Re: Can POST argument(s) be passed to the server via Silk?

    Not with SilkTest, but you can with SilkPerformer.

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    Re: Can POST argument(s) be passed to the server via Silk?

    You could write a simple java program which
    uses the URL class to send your POST to the server.

    Then use SYS_Execute() to run the program.

    I've been very successful with using simple java programs to perform a variety of tasks SilkTest was not built for.
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    Re: Can POST argument(s) be passed to the server via Silk?

    Thanks jmcgrail
    Could you provide more information as to how exactly you do that?


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    Re: Can POST argument(s) be passed to the server via Silk?

    Sure ... Take a look at the following web page:
    http://www.employees.org/~skaterat/silktest/java.html

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