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Windows 7: POSTing to a page and display the result in a browser from bat script?

24 Nov 2010   #1

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POSTing to a page and display the result in a browser from bat script?

Currently we have a process where from an AS400 system we can write a .bat script to our users windows PC. Until now we've been basically writing out a query string and executing the .bat opens up internet explorer and loads the page. The problem now is that we need to pass more/different data and using a query string is no longer going to work.

The website already has a method accepting a POST. From any webpage I am easily able to create a <form method="post"> and I can submit this form to the method. However since I am running this from a .bat I am not sure how to basically duplicate the functionality of creating a form with a submit button from a script, in order to POST the data and display the resulting page in the browser.

Any ideas would be much appreciated


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