One of the problems seems to be that Webware just sucks up all of the
raw input. Is there a way to recoved this?
I want to pull out the POST data directly, is there a good way?
The POST data is already in FieldStorage, but I want it just the way
the browser sent it.
Chris Prinos wrote:
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I can't seem to get self.request().rawInput() (with or
without the rewind=1
option) to work.
Essentually I have a webpage that calls a servlet via a
form/Post and if I
then call self.writeln(self.request().rawInput()) I get back
None. Now I
know the form is sending some data, because all it does is
send a hidden
variable. Any thoughts as to what I am doing worng?
rawInput will only return a file if the data being POSTed can't be consumed
by the cgi/FieldStorage code first. If you're using a typical form posting,
then the content type would be application/x-www-form-urlencoded and the
data from the form gets sent as encoded name value pairs. You can access
them from your servlet code using self.request().field(myFormFieldName). If
it's a multipart form, then you can get to the parts using
In either of those two cases there won't be a file available from
rawInput(), it's already been processed by that point. This shouldn't be a
problem though, as you should be able to access all the data through
self.request().field() or self.request().fieldStorage()
For content-types other than application/x-www-form-urlencoded or
multipart/form-data, you can use rawInput().
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