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Post data to CGI script and read response

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hi.

I have downloaded a whois script (http://www.whoisscript.net/download2.php) for free. It's a CGI script.

From my asp.net C# page I want to have the form and post it to the CGI script, but not redirect the user. I need to be able to read the response.

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Have managed to get this working now.

I noticed that the details are passed in the querystring, so i just done a streamreader.

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