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NET.TALK (again)

NET.TALK (again)

NET.TALK (again)

1. I have the main application in legacy (clarion 6.3) and i need that application to send URL code by POST method from NET.TALK.
2. I have managed to make it work by clicking on a button that calls routine that does the POST but when I wanna use it without the button it doesn't work.
I have been trying to make this thing work for a while now...
Here is the example of the code in rotine. When i call it by pressing a button it works but calling the routine from other place in code doesnt work.
URL = 'http://localhost:2700/Page.aspx?Value1=43&Value2=1234567890&Value3=Bambus05&Value4=lit&Value5=-1&;Value6=04'
postanjeURL routine
   ThisWebClient.HeaderOnly = 0
   ThisWebClient.Cookie = '                       !Cookie
   ThisWebClient.Referer = '                      !Referer
   ThisWebClient.ContentType = 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded'
   ThisWebClient.AcceptEncoding = '

   ThisWebClient.CanUseProxy = 1                   !CanUseProxy
   ThisWebClient.ContentLength = 0                 !len(clip(PostString))
   ThisWebClient.Pragma_ = 'no-cache'

   ThisWebClient.AsyncOpenUse = 1
   ThisWebClient.AsyncOpenTimeOut = 1200
   ThisWebClient.InActiveTimeout  = 2000

   ThisWebClient.ContentLength = len (clip(URL))

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