1. Read data that resides in a MySQL table (RISPOSTDATA)
2. Create an HttpClient POST event using Name-value-pairs
3. POST the data to the server (an internal server – I will do the post and debug it)
a. Display the posted data on the console
b. Display the response on the console
4. Capture the response and store the response in a table along with the POSTEED data
For the response there will be an error and warning count associated with each POST. We need to capture the number of errors and warnings then display them under the POSTED data. In a grid form.
I will place the RISPOSTDATA on a cloud server and provide the access parameters.
I will provide the domain object: [url removed, login to view]