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I have a c# application that is posting data to an ASPX page.  I was wondering how to request the posted data.  It is not coming from a form, so Request.Form won't work (I don't think)

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I assume the application is independent of the aspx?

Web pages generally accept external data in two ways:  GET or POST. As such, I suspect you'll find the data in Request.Form or Request.QueryString. Is the application developer able to provide any information about how the http request is formed?  There are a number of other possibilites such as web services, etc...

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To test this, you could have your aspx page enumerate Request.Form and Request.QueryString to a text file and then have the application hit the page. Debug your code with a web browser hit first.

Other places to look include Request.Files, Request.Headers even (i suppose) Request.InputStream. Do you need info on enumerating these?

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