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Logging POST requests.
Posted by: clooless
Date: November 02, 2008 02:49AM

Just looking for a way of logging typical form POST requests such as:-
<form name ="logonForm" method="post" onsubmit="return OnSignOn(this)" action="https://.../>
Preferably without using PHP, but javascript/ajax. All same domain stuff, just logging to a file, and hopefully forwarding the requests on.


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Re: Logging POST requests.
Posted by: Anonymous User
Date: November 03, 2008 08:08AM

PHPIDS wouldn't log everything but the attacks - maybe this is what you need already?

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Re: Logging POST requests.
Posted by: Matt Presson
Date: November 03, 2008 10:11AM

If your .do example is any indication, then you are using Struts, and as such Java.

You could use a Servlet Filter to intercept all requests and then log the post requests, along with params and such, manually. As far as I know ,there is not really any other solution that will do this in an automated fashion (although I could be wrong).


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