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Old 07-11-2013, 11:16 PM
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I'm not sure what you are asking? From your back-end it is entirely possible to do web requests however you want to. .NET provides several alternatives for doing so. I would suggest that you take a look at one of these 3 alternatives:
  • HttpClient: A recently added class that is designed around making web requests easy. This is the newest alternative, and I would suggest using this one if possible.
  • WebClient: The predecessor to HttpClient. Has much of the same functionality and is available in previous versions of .NET
  • HttpWebRequest: Requires a bit more work to get going, and the two other components are built upon this one.
Either of these three will let you do posts across sites rather easily. If you're on a newer version of .NET (4.0/4.5) I would strongly suggest that you use the HttpClient.
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