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Submit HTTP post via Java

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Is there a simple Javascript to submit a HTTP post? I wish to run an ASP program that submits something like HTTP://www.ourwebsite.com?id=999&user="fred" with a user having to click on a link or button
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You would probably be better off using Ajax

http://www.openjs.com/articles/ajax_xmlhttp_using_post.php
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Javascript isn't Java. I've asked your post be moved to a more appropriate area.
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