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Read optional data from webserver sent thru HttpSendRequest

Hi All,

I am sending optional data to the webserver thru httpsendrequest.
I am getting the status code "200 - Ok", which means the request is successful.

Now, I want to read back the same optional data from server.
Can anybode please tell me how to do that?

The intention behind this is, I just want to know whatever the optional data I am sending is getting submitted properly/completely or not.

Kindly help me in this reagard, as i am in urge to fix this issue.
Thanks in advance.

Regards
pskumaran.
Apr 3 '08 #1
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