HTTP Post


Posts the data to the URL via the HTTP protocol.

Parameters

  • URL Specifies the URL to be received data.

  • Parameters Specifies data to be post. A data item should be a name/value pair.

  • Populate variable with response Specifies a variable that populates with the return data.

  • Store type Specifies how to save the data for the variable, it can be the binary format or text format.

  • Local file Specifies a full-path name that the return data from the site stores to.

  • If file name exists Specifies how to store the file if the file name has been used by another file. It can be one of the following:

    • Don't save
    • Overwrite existing file
    • Save with a unique file name

  • Authentication information Specifies the user name and password if authentication is required for accessing the URL.

  • Encoded data Specifies how to encode the post data, it can be "Default" or "Multi-part form data". If you want upload files, you must use the option "Multi-part form data". For more information, you please refer to the HTTP protocol.

  • Cookies set/from variable Specifies the cookies data source and the target. The cookies data in a variable can be sent to the server. The variable will also store the cookies data from the server. HTTP cookies is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user's web browser while the user is browsing that website.

  • User agent Specifies the information about the user agent that made the request.

  • Extra headers Specifies the custom HTTP headers to be add when sending the request the URL.

Note:

  • For more information about the proxy options, please refer to "Proxy".

  • For more information about the timeout options, please refer to "Timeout".