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I am taking part in an application development.
In this, we have a devise which have GPRS connectivity.From the devise,a request(in the form of a URL) will come to the webserver.
I have to design a website such that it receives that request and process it and sends back the response to that devise.

I am a beginner in web development area. I wolud like to know how that requset can be retrieved in my website and send the response back. Any referense material for learning to implemet this functionality.
Can I use the HTTP GET,POST methods for this and if so ,how can I do it?
I am using VB.Net.
Need help.
Posted 9-Aug-12 20:38pm
Wes Aday at 10-Aug-12 7:43am
So you want someone to teach you web development in a forum posting?
Naveen_143 at 11-Aug-12 13:07pm
I dint ask for someone to teach me in forum posting... I asked for any links for reference materials. I can teach for myself. Thanks.

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Solution 1

Not 1 Million percent sure what you are trying to do, but if you are just wanting to to pass variables around certain websites/servers I suggest in code putting something like this...
Sending website
Dim Object as String = "Whatever"
Response.Redirect("ReceivingWebsite.aspx?Paramater=" & Object)
And the on the receiving website:
Dim Object As String = Request.QueryString("Paramater")
Let me know if this ain't what your looking for...
Naveen_143 at 11-Aug-12 13:09pm
Thanks fo your reply. I will try your code.

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