Is eValid able to manipulating the HTTP header and query strings?
Great question GPalmer.
The HTTP header really comes into play primarily when navigating to a new page or when interacting withe the server for a curent page.
Please check out this command's documentation page: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... aders.html
At this point, the entire HTTP URL is exposed in the script and you can edit that or modify values without restriction.
Caution is advised, however; we find that many web server systems are very intolerant of too much fiddling with query strings and very often give strange responses.
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