Mark Volkmann wrote:
> I think my problem is that I need to pass a String as the second
> parameter to HTTP.post. I don't know how to format it though. Should
> it look like this?
> 
> "name1=value1&name2=value2"
> 
> This format isn't working for me.

Yep - see my other post.

You can convert from your 'data' hash to a suitable string using
something like:

  data.to_a.collect {|k,v| k.to_s+'='+v}.join('&')

HTH,
Steve
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