Thanks for your reply.

Unfortunately, the protocol that I am working with means that my script is receiving an HTTP GET, not a POST. Is there a way I can sensibly 'tweak' the request coming in to circumvent this? I have reason to believe that there is considerable inertia at the other end to changing their method.


Kindest regards

Jonathan

Andreas Jung wrote:


--On 6. Februar 2006 08:33:47 +0000 Jonathan Cleaver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I have a system which is accepting Base 64 encoded data from an external
source, due to the protocol being used at the other end this is being
passed in through a URL variable.

e.g. http://foo.bar.com?Data=uiDggGREJJytIIUicSSAa+WEhnGK



Such data should be passed to Zope as POST request, not through GET.

-aj



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