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How to read raw HTTP POST data

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I'd like to get an idea of how I can load a raw HTTP POST (this would be a soap request) and then parse it and then using a coldfusion cfc generate a soap response...
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http://getfirebug.com/ works for browser based requests

I use httpanalyzer http://www.ieinspector.com/httpanalyzer/ for cfhttp requests. Just attach it to the jrun process and watch posts, stream, content etc... has a 30 day trial

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I was able to view the contents of the soap request via a simple form dump. Once I saw what I had it was easy to write the soap response.
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