Andi Scharfstein <calvin8 / t-online.de> wrote in 
news:Xns9408D49377036ascalvin8netscapenet / 62.153.159.134:

> By the way, dumping the output of the script to STDERR shows the POST 
> arguments and values as a text stream, like so:
> 
> number12345678network151msgHello there, test
> 
> for {"network" => "151", "number" => "12345678", "msg" => text}
> 
> Is that normal? I don't have a lot of experience with that library, nor 
> HTTP requests (as stated before)

Well, http://dom.neopoleon.com/commentview.aspx/c27f3f0d-9b2c-40b8-9607-
a84ced507aa3 (Yeah, I know. Don't say it) finally showed me how it was 
done: posting "network=151&number=12345678&msg=#{text}" to the site does 
seem to have the desired result. Thank you for your attention :)

-- 
Bye: Andi S.