On Friday 21 April 2006 21:04, Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Gaute Amundsen wrote at 2006-4-21 11:01 +0200:
> >On Thursday 20 April 2006 20:11, Dieter Maurer wrote:
> >> Gaute Amundsen wrote at 2006-4-19 19:03 +0200:
> >> >I want to retrieve the form fields in the order that they where
> >> > submitted in the http POST. I know this has been brought up before,
> >> > and that the answer is "You cant."
> >> You might be able to do it.
> >> Try "REQUEST['BODY']". For a "POST" request, it should
> >> contain the entity content.
> >> Of course, you would have to decode it yourself ;-)
> >What? It can't be that simple!
> >I thougt I had been poking all around the corners of REQUEST, looking for
> > just somthing like that.
> >Hm.. no.
> >Error Type: KeyError
> >Error Value: 'BODY'
> >Are you sure about this?
> I was wrong.
> "BODY" is only defined in the "read_single" case
> (see "cgi.FieldStorage" for details) -- this means:
> not for "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" nor
> for "multipart/" content types (and therefore not
> for general "POST" requests as I claimed).
> "FieldStorage" however still preserves the field order
> (in "FieldStorage.list"). The order is lost
> in "ZPublisher.HTTPRequest.HTTPRequest.processInputs".
Hm.. you have had a second look I see :)
Now REQUEST.stdin and cgi.parse_qsl solved my problem neatly,
and this kind of "under the hood" work stil is a bit of a chalenge for me,
so I'm afraid l will not work on a more "proper" solution this time.
But thanks for looking into it.
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