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#1 roby2411

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Posted 14 September 2006 - 09:56 AM

Dear All pls help me I'm totaly new with php and i tried many examples with fsockopen but they all fail and even now i don't know if it's a code problem or conection problem i need a tested script that do the second job so i can figure out where is the problem is:

1ST i have an HTML form that looks like below:
<form action="page.php" method="post"> 
<input type="hidden" name="memberid" value="11"> 
<input type="hidden" name="password" value="goodpass"> 
<input type="text" name="key"> 
<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Activate"> 
</form> 


Is there a way that i cound hide the two hidden field to not appear when the visitor click view page source and stay able to submit the form to be send like that way
http://www.domainnam...y=userdatainput



2nd sending XML string data to a webservice

i have an html form that user should fill first
then i have to generate and XML data type
last step i should send it to a server url i.e(http://192.168.1.1) on port 5050
I should use HTTP Post method to talk with this gate way
here is the XML example


<?xml version="1.0"?> 
<SIGNData> 
  <SIGNMessage> 
    <Submit DeliveyReport="Yes" ReadReply="No" ReplyCharging="No" Adaptation="Yes" Redistribution="No"> 
      <ID>-1</ID> 
      <Type>MT_TEST</Type> 
      <From AddrType="AT_EMAIL" UserID="test" UserCredit="10">test</From> 
      <Recipients> 
        <To AddrType="AT_MISSDN">202</To> 
      </Recipients> 
      <Subject>PHP</Subject> 
      <ObjectList> 
        <Object> 
        </Object> 
      </ObjectList> 
      <SmilFrame ID="0"> 
        <Duration>3</Duration> 
      </SmilFrame> 
      <SmilFrame ID="1"> 
        <Duration>3</Duration> 
      </SmilFrame> 
      <ServiceCode></ServiceCode> 
      <LinkedID></LinkedID> 
      <ClassType> MM_CT_PERSONNEL</ClassType> 
      <Priority> MM_PT_NORMAL</Priority> 
      <SubmitTime>2006-07-05T12:25:14-0400</SubmitTime> 
      <ExpiryTime>2006-07-08T00:00:00-0400</ExpiryTime> 
      <DeliveryTime>2006-07-05T00:00:00-0400</DeliveryTime> 
      <ReplyDeadLine></ReplyDeadLine> 
    </Submit> 
  </SIGNMessage> 
</SIGNData> 


how could i pass this xml string data as a file or as a string data onfly to the sepecifed port at the specifed host?




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