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Delphi/Intraweb - How to read Request info?

Posted on 2011-03-17
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I need to read the name/value pairs of hidden fields in forms.

I can create a simple html form, with method="get" action="www.my intraweb dll...", and read the data using WebApplication.RunParams, like this:

if WebApplication.RunParams.count > 0 then
    for i := 0 to WebApplication.RunParams.count-1 do
      mMemo1.Lines.Add('RunParam' + IntToStr(i) + '  '
                       + WebApplication.RunParams.Names(i)
                       + ' = ' + WebApplication.RunParams.ValueFromIndex(i));

When the simple html form uses method="post", I thought I could use Request.Form in the same way.  But there is no Request.Form.  There is Request.ContentFields and Request.QueryFields, but they do not contain the hidden fields in my form.  Where should I be looking for those name/value pairs?

I am using Delphi 2010, and the version of IntraWeb that comes with it.
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by:WhiteBusLady
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Guess it wasn't such a "dumb" question after all. I'd be happy to raise the points to 500 if I could find a way to do that via the EE mobile interface. I may not have a cabled connection until Sunday.
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Guess it wasn't such a "dumb" question after all. I'd be happy to raise the points to 500 if I could find a way to do that via the EE mobile interface. I may not have a cabled connection until Sunday.
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Hi WhiteBusLady,
The first step of getting quick assistance is to ask the question in the right zone. You are putting your question in an irrelevant zones (or not directly related to your question).
I have requested the moderator's intervention to move this question to the right zone(s).
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by:developmentguru
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What web server are you using?  I found a comment in the update history (from AToZed) that states:

10.0.3

Fixed: "Cannot find submit component" with buttons and other submit action controls on frames.
Encoding of HTML literals has been changed to be less aggressive so it will no longer encode ,.-_ This helps with posting hidden fields to other servers which do not properly decode parameters.

This indicates to me that there are web servers that will not process hidden fields correctly in relation to older versions of IntraWeb.  So, the two variables would be your version of IntraWeb and your server.  The version of IntraWeb can be updated through AToZed without updating your version of Delphi (unless they require features in a newer version of Delphi for the latest tool set).  Of course, if a different web server would fix it, changing the web server might be an easy solution too.  Here is the link I found the quote on:
http://www.atozed.com/intraweb/history/10.0/index.en.aspx

I have to state that I am not an expert on IntraWeb.  If you need more assistance with IntraWeb you might want to try my approach and contact them directly.
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Server is IIS
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I finally found the problem.  In case it helps someone else:

Request.ContentFields does contain the incoming POSTed data.  The problem was the timing.  I was logging into the program first, then reading the data.  By which time it was already overwritten.  I needed to read Request.ContentFields and store the data elsewhere before authenticating the user.
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by:WhiteBusLady
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I accepted my own answer because I finally figured it out.  No one else did.

I chose not to delete the question because I think the answer belongs in the KB.  Sure wish it had been there when I first looked.
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