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3rd November, 2007 at 20:38:03 -

Right, we've been having so much trouble with this thing...

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I've even taken out the use of any edit boxes and I'm JUST sending that one line, but nothing's happening! It all works fine without using MMF (obviously _)!

What am I missing here? Something simple? :| Other highscore tables work, but not this one. Why?!!! MMF just isn't having any of it ;_;

 
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3rd November, 2007 at 21:25:14 -

What exactly is the problem?

 
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4th November, 2007 at 01:20:56 -

If you haven't already, you might want to do some simple debugging. Make a counter and put it in the frame. In the event editor, make the event "set newcounter to 1" in the condition "Start of Frame". Run the app and make sure the counter shows 1. If it does, then move the new event down to the next condition "Upon pressing 'Enter'". Do that through your code and make sure MMF is getting to all of your code.

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4th November, 2007 at 05:34:53 -

Tim I want to help you. Tell me what's the problem

 
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4th November, 2007 at 05:49:06 -

Sorry I thought that was obvious It's not submitting to the site through using MMF2, but it is by doing it manually.

 
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4th November, 2007 at 06:19:58 -

I am certainly not an expert at this kind of problems, but I would certainly hate to disconnect at the same time I need to be connected, even if it is "run this event once".

But then again, it's just me. Perhaps you should try and enlighten us of what you have tried so far.

 
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4th November, 2007 at 08:08:29 -

Doesn't there need to be a space after POST? And before HTTP/1.0?

 
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4th November, 2007 at 08:13:33 -

Nope.

Tim, are you telling what game to send a score for?

 
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4th November, 2007 at 10:05:53 -

Yeah it's a seperate mysql table, and the file it uses is specifically for that game.

Stuff like that is fine, because when you copy and paste that link it connects and goes to, in the browser, then it works fine! It's just not going from MMF to the internet!?

 
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4th November, 2007 at 10:28:01 -

sounds stupid i know but should there be a http:// in the address after POST?

 
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4th November, 2007 at 10:30:57 -

it shouldn't need it.

Does it work when you compile the game?

 
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4th November, 2007 at 10:41:33 -

This is probably an incorrect use of HTTP.
Try to send this line:
Host: silvernova.co.uk

 
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4th November, 2007 at 13:20:34 -


Originally Posted by LIJIothy
This is probably an incorrect use of HTTP.
Try to send this line:
Host: silvernova.co.uk



Is that instead of "User-Agent: HTTPTool/1.0" ?

edit: ... that didn't work

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4th November, 2007 at 13:29:50 -

Actually you only need host: if you're using http/1.1 spec

You dont seem to have a space after POST and the URI, unless im missing something


Also, if you're using post you should specify a data length and include the variables afterwards, see:

POST /jr_addhighscore.php HTTP/1.1
Host: www.silvernova.co.uk
Content-Length: 29
<blank line>
?name=pooface&time=300&zone=3
<blank line>

Or if you're using get,

GET http://www.silvernova.co.uk/jr_addhighscore.php?name=pooface&time=300&zone=3 HTTP/1.0
<blank line>


 
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4th November, 2007 at 13:44:36 -

Hmm could you better explain what you mean please Clubby? <3 Type it out all noob-ish like and stuff? I sorta get what you mean... I think! Just wanna make sure though, thanks man

 
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4th November, 2007 at 13:47:25 -

Send text line: "POST /jr_addhighscore.php HTTP/1.1"
Send text line: "Host: www.silvernova.co.uk"
Send text line: "Content-Length: 29"
Send Text line: ""
Send text line: "?name=pooface&time=300&zone=3"
Send text line: ""

But yeah.

Does it work when you compile it?

 
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4th November, 2007 at 13:49:34 -

The requests just need to look like that

To be honest, GET is probably easier to do, as POST requires you to calculate how long the data is you're sending first, with the PHP script though you'd have to use $_REQUEST["variablename"] instead of $_POST["variablename"]

If you use GET, just use the following:

Send Text Line "GET http://www.silvernova.co.uk/jr_addhighscore.php?name=pooface&time=300&zone=3 HTTP/1.0"
Send Text Line ""

Might be worth sending two blank lines and the end, some servers dont do anything with just one (due to differences with CR and LF)


If you don't want to use the GET method, you can use post, and do the following:

Send Text line "POST /jr_addhighscore.php HTTP/1.1"
Send Text Line "Host: www.silvernova.co.uk"
Send Text Line "Content-Length: " + (insert calculation here to calculate how many charactors are in your post data - 29 in this case)
Send Text Line ""
Send Text Line "?name=pooface&time=300&zone=3"
Send Text Line ""

Again, might be worth usign two blank lines intead of one to see if that makes any difference

 
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4th November, 2007 at 13:52:33 -

Oh, and make sure everything in the post data variables is url encoded when you send it, eg if its a name make sure spaces are changed to %20, and so forth all none alpha-numeric characters - should just change them to a % then the hexidecimal representation of the charactors ascii code, eg "?name=poo face" would have to be "?name=poo%20face". Alternatively, just filter out all none-alphanumeric charactors instead of having to write code to convert them to their url encoded values

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4th November, 2007 at 14:04:36 -

Use this as your packet:
POST jr_addhighscore.php
Host: Silvernova.co.uk
Content-Length: str$(len("?name=pooface&time=300&zone=3"))
---
?name=pooface&time=300&zone=3
---

Basically what Clubby said
--- are empty lines.

 
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4th November, 2007 at 14:04:43 -

See my post mr clubsoft.

 
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4th November, 2007 at 15:29:33 -

I used GET and it worked like a charm

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4th November, 2007 at 16:34:48 -

Btw, stop abusing the JPG format Tim! >

 
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4th November, 2007 at 17:05:24 -

CBA to use PNG! I actually compressed that pic in paint (Vista), and it looks just as good as a png, so HMPH! >

 
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4th November, 2007 at 17:30:39 -


Originally Posted by Timothy
CBA to use PNG! I actually compressed that pic in paint (Vista), and it almost looks just as good as a png, so HMPH! >




 
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4th November, 2007 at 18:40:13 -

Hey, I never said that

 
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5th November, 2007 at 04:39:27 -

It's just 2 clicks!
And if you say it looks as good in JPG then you're blind!
Take a closer look.
PNG will also save you a few KB disk space.

 
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