I have a .NET application that was doing a regular HTTP post to a third party server. The third party will not longer accept a regular HTTP post and now they want a JSON post. because the way the form is set up, I cannot change the form to do the JSON post so I would like to create some kind of bridge page to receive HTTP and then do the JSON post.
Is this possible?, if so what is the best way to go about it?
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