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11/25/2014 4:57 AM
 

Hi,

I've followed the Task Manager tutorial on this site and I decided to try and use the HttpPost attribute instead of HttpGet.

I've found in my controller (which is extending DnnApiController) I can post to a method such as:

[HttpPost]
public HttpResponseMessage DoSomething()
{
}

Using jquery:

$.post(url, data);

What I don't know how to do is access the data. At first I thought I could add parameters to the method, but then those parameters form part of the URL and if I try to not include the parameters in the URL a 404 is returned.

What is the best way of posting data to a DNN module using jquery? I am using DNN 7.3.3.

Thanks, Simon

 
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11/26/2014 1:04 AM
 
Simon - I believe that Cathal's post should help - http://www.dnnsoftware.com/community-...

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11/26/2014 3:52 AM
 
Many thanks for that link. I'll have a read of that later today.
 
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