Content type:Multipart/related

How can I chop up a submission that is Content type:Multipart/related in MX?

I can see in GetHttpRequestData().headers["content-type"] what the that it is multipart related and what the first boundary is but not what the rest of the boundaires are or how to handle them.

If I do a toString(GetHttpRequestData().Content) I can see the boundaries, but is my only option to scan the content looking for the end of the first boundary and assume the next thing is a new boundary??

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What are you trying to achieve?

code_blokeAuthor Commented:
I need to be able to extract the various constituent parts of a multipart post.
code_blokeAuthor Commented:
Don't worry,

Have solved this now my self by parsing the header.



PS: How do you delete/ close questions on here?
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