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Domino should support incoming HTTP Posts

Currently incoming HTTP posts (application/x-www-form-urlencoded) result in a "mess" of data when you send them to a Lotus Script web agent on a Domino server for the post to be processed.

This is even more problematic when the post also contains uploaded files (file upload control fields within the submitted form).

 

Obviously I see two alternative solutions for this:

a.) Domino should interpret the incoming data resulting in a notes context document with notes document fields for all HTTP form fields and document attachments for all uploaded files. The file upload fields should contain references to the document attachments (e.g. the filenames).

b.) Domino should have a native Lotus Script class for having incoming HTTP posts to be interpreted, so all data could be easily accessed.

 

Mark Reiser, sirius-net GmbH

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  • Oct 29 2018
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