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Simulating Simple HTML form Post using HttpWebRequest..

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Hi guys...

I have a problem posting xml Data using HttpWebRequest..

The server returns Internal error..

I want to simulate a simple Form with Method=Post. The form have three fields. Two for credentials and the third one for Posting XML. Here is the sample HTML which i want to simulate using HttpWebRequest..

<form action="https://myurl.com/samplepage.cfm" method="post" >
integration_id<input type="text" name="integration_id" value="id" /><br />
integration_pwd<input type="text" name="integration_pwd" value="pwd"  /><br />
<textarea name="hrxml" style="height: 404px; width: 593px">
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<BackgroundCheck account="test" userId="test" password="test">
  <BackgroundSearchPackage>
    <ReferenceId>
      <IdValue>12345678</IdValue>
    </ReferenceId>
    <PersonalData>
      <PersonName>
        <GivenName>TEST</GivenName>
        <


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