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    hi, how can i perform an automated login to web-based authentication like the following URL?
    http://www.temasekclub.org.sg/Member...tyTypeCode=100
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    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana,Arial,Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Corisen:
    hi, how can i perform an automated login to web-based authentication like the following URL?
    http://www.temasekclub.org.sg/Member...tyTypeCode=100
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    You are asking how to write something (like a URL) that automatically authenticates and returns the page inside the members area?? If you have the username and password, something like this should work (for perl, don't know much about ASP):
    http://www.temasekclub.org.sg/Bookin...ord=MyPassword

    I took "BookingPageSports.asp" from the action tag (of the source), there was some extra stuff '?NofDays=" 8' that may be important (looks malformed). And the '?UserId=MyUsername&UserPassword=MyPassword'are the HTTP standard way to passing two peices of data to a CGI script. I got their names by reading the source.

    Does that answer your question?
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    thanks for your reply.

    i'm thinking of using perl (or other more efficient tools) to automate the login at a pre-defined time and automatically book the facilities.

    do u think it is possible?
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    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana,Arial,Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Corisen:
    thanks for your reply.

    i'm thinking of using perl (or other more efficient tools) to automate the login at a pre-defined time and automatically book the facilities.

    do u think it is possible?
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    I'm certain that it is possible. But it may be quite a bit harder than it looks on the surface and I don't know enough about what you are doing to say whether it seems like a good idea. A friend spent a year on a team coding a java system for surfing competitor's rates. To make a robust system you could spend a lot of time, I think. Maybe you have a simpler thing in mind.

    -Alan

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