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# If you post to a Ruby on Rails REST API endpoint, then you'll get an
# InvalidAuthenticityToken exception unless you set a different
# content type in the request headers, since any post from a form must
# contain an authenticity token.
#
# This example shows you how to post to a rails endpoint.
require 'json'
def post_to_endpoint(endpoint)
uri = URI.parse(endpoint)
post_params = {
:title => "2BR Apartment For Rent in NYC",
:description => "Great midtown west location. I love this place.",
:price => "1500",
:api_key => "my_api_key"
}
# Convert the parameters into JSON and set the content type as application/json
req = Net::HTTP::Post.new(uri.path)
req.body = JSON.generate(post_params)
req["Content-Type"] = "application/json"
http = Net::HTTP.new(uri.host, uri.port)
response = http.start {|htt| htt.request(req)}
end
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wxianfeng Mar 2, 2013

haaaaa, i use it to login redmine, to get login session cookie,

haaaaa, i use it to login redmine, to get login session cookie,

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mark-jordanovic-lewis May 18, 2017

you can also manually put the authentication tokens in the form submission request headers.

you can also manually put the authentication tokens in the form submission request headers.

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