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1. How to login to a webpage and get its html code with Java, when it uses post method for logging in?    stackoverflow.com

I created an application that parses content of secured areas of one webpage after account information input. It used GET method for loging in, so it was quite simple, I just ...

2. Java send post request for login    stackoverflow.com

i want to login to application from java code. I have found the following code example:

 String requestURL = "http://applicationURL/login.jsp"; 
 String data = "email=temail@mail.com&password=123password&login=Login";


 public static String sendPostRequest(String data, String requestURL) ...

3. SiteMinder and HTTP Client - User Login Info    stackoverflow.com

We have a Portlet running on Java/J2EE technology. It interacts with another application/system through HTTP request that requires user authentication. The current solution retrieves logged in user's user name and password ...

4. Where is the mistake in my HTTP form login program?    stackoverflow.com

I am trying to view a protected html page by posting the login values with the http request... The site is sportguru.co.uk and I cannot seem to correctly post the password!? ...

5. Login on website with java    stackoverflow.com

I would like to login to a website with java. I use the org.apache.http and I already written

HttpClient client = new DefaultHttpClient();
HttpPost post = new HttpPost("https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?      ...

7. Http post request to login to a forum    forums.oracle.com

what he is trying to say is that if you want help with your project, change it. You will not get any help here to write code that can be used to do things like spam, be used as a bot, phishing or any other illegal/invasive activity. Any 'normal' project should have no business logging into a website programmatically; the login ...

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