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I've build a client/server framework in a C++ environment (C++ Builder XE3), using chilkat packages. And now i would like to validate my work, and simulate it in real-life, in which the client requests an online-form from the server (GET), and submit the filled information (POST). my question is: do i need to have a real client and server websites to perform this? or i could only use the Chilkat HTTP package?

Plus, i've tested a lot of the HTTP functions, and noticed that it only returns a string format of the HTTP, is there any other way that a function could display the real web site (in its original format, the same way it appears in the internet explorer)???


Regards. Rania

asked Feb 28 '14 at 11:57

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