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P: 90
I have a hyperlink that I want to follow; but I DON'T want it to open a browser for it.

Let me explain: The link is to a php page that will log one of our customer service people in or out of their phone. (i.e.
That sends the parameters agent and queue to the php script, which will then fire and log the agent with extension number 200, into or out of queue 2000.

That works fine.

I've tried using FollowHyperlink "link here", but it opens the browser; or adds a tab to an already open browser.

I've also tried HTTP.send; but without success.

Is there any way of doing this that would send the parameters but not open IE?

Sep 25 '08 #1
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P: 90
Oh wait, I've twigged it.
I tried using POST instead of GET.

Sep 25 '08 #2

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