On 20 Apr 02, at 11:48, Peter Janett wrote: > I need to create a simple app that works like a radio repeater, in that is > simply passes information it receives through to another script, in both > directions. > > In other words, a remote application located at www.domain.com/app.php > accepts variable1, variable2, and variable3, and returns a response based on > that information. > > I want to put a "repeater app" in the middle of the browser and the url > above, so information is passed to www.mydomain.com/process.php, and is not > changed at all, but is sent to www.domain.com/app.php, and the response from > www.domain.com/app.php is sent back to www.mydomain.com/process.php, so the > results of sending the same information to either url will be exactly the > same. > > I'm not trying to do packet sniffing or anything, just trying to "mask" a > url. It would be nice if I could pass cookies through as well. > > Any help, resources, ideas, etc appreciated.
i have the following idea if you want to use standard HTML-PHP techniques: if the amount of information is not too large, make use of URL- attached variables and pass them to your repeater script, which contains a form. Dont forget to attach also ...&submit=yes to it. parse recieved variables in that script with and parsestr($argv) juergen -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php