Hi everyone, I am working on a wee small project using cURL.
From the documentation, it states
"The Server will HTTP POST a string in a parameter called (INCOMING)" to the given callback URL.

I know the list of parameters in the string as this is given in the documentation,
What I dont know how to do, is "echo" the value(s) of each parameter in the string.

I have tried using _POST

foreach($_POST as $key=>$value){
    echo $key, ' => ', $value, "<br/>\n";

$QueryID = $_POST['QueryID'];

if($QueryID) {
    echo '<p/>QueryID: ', $QueryID, "<br/>\n";

else {
    echo '<p>No ID parameter.</p>';

I have also tried using _GET

foreach($_GET as $key=>$value){
    echo $key, ' => ', $value, "<br/>\n";

$QueryID = $_GET['QueryID'];

if($QueryID) {
    echo '<p/>QueryID: ', $QueryID, "<br/>\n";

else {
    echo '<p>No ID parameter.</p>';

But I keep getting "No ID parameter"....
If someone could show me how to do this, I would be forever greatful :)

Hope someone can help...

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Hi, I have even tried


But still no joy in seeing the values of the parameters...
Driving me nuts this....

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cURL can be used to SEND get or post data and the return data is then saved to the curl variable - not returned as post or get.

Here's an example of a straight scrape - without specifying any parameters (post or get):

$url = "http://www.daniweb.com";
$ch = curl_init($url);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);
$scraped_page = curl_exec($ch);
echo $scraped_page;

Try that as a basis for getting data from a page. Once you get return data, then go at it to send parameters:

For an example of post:


It's not brilliant, but an example nonetheless.

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