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Post data from fpc like submitting a web form using Indy10?

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Remy Lebeau:

--- Quote from: Leledumbo on December 21, 2023, 07:43:26 am ---
--- Quote from: BosseB on December 20, 2023, 06:28:44 pm ---3) Can I use Indy10 since that is already integrated into the remote system application?

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Now since this thing can be considered ancient, it depends.

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Wow :o


--- Quote from: Leledumbo on December 21, 2023, 07:43:26 am ---AFAIK it's capable of sending HTTP POST, but lacking in the secure version (SSL / TLS).

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That is a misleading statement.  Indy absolutely supports sending HTTPS over SSL/TLS, and has for many many years.  It just takes a couple of steps to configure (ie, attach an SSLIOHandler component, etc), as SSL/TLS is not built-in to the TIdHTTP component itself - and for good reason, as Indy's SSL/TLS subsystem is actually modular so you can plug in whatever security library you want.  It is built around OpenSSL by default, but you are not limited to just OpenSSL.


--- Quote from: Leledumbo on December 21, 2023, 07:43:26 am ---So, if your PHP side is protected, the request might not come through.

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Oh, that is just BS.  Of course it will come through when using Indy.  Don't scare the OP with false claims.

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