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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)???

NEED HELP PLEEEEEEEEASE

Regards. Rania

asked Feb 28 '14 at 11:57

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