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    Unanswered: Server Side Posting with PHP?

    Hello, I am looking for a tutorial on doing a server side post with PHP. Please help.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Server Side Posting with PHP?

    Originally posted by Rayy
    Hello, I am looking for a tutorial on doing a server side post with PHP. Please help.

    Thanks!
    for example:
    http://www.phpbuilder.com
    http://www.zend.com

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    Thank your for your reply ika.

    I tried searching through the sites that you suggested with combination keywords of "Server Side Posting". I still could not locate any relevant results. Most of them only talks about client side form post.

    Do you mind pointing me to more detail page? Thank you so much.

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    Originally posted by Rayy
    Thank your for your reply ika.

    I tried searching through the sites that you suggested with combination keywords of "Server Side Posting". I still could not locate any relevant results. Most of them only talks about client side form post.

    Do you mind pointing me to more detail page? Thank you so much.
    OK, at first could you explain what do you mean with "Server side Posting"?

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    Posting a string of data directly from Server to another page/server, not from client. The calling script remains control of the page regardless of the location the post was made to, a returned string can be retrieved when post is successful.

    Like in ASP, using MSXML object.

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    Originally posted by Rayy
    Posting a string of data directly from Server to another page/server, not from client. The calling script remains control of the page regardless of the location the post was made to, a returned string can be retrieved when post is successful.

    Like in ASP, using MSXML object.
    Well there is not prepared functions for that.
    But there is another to achieve that:
    Check this: http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.fopen.php

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