Fiends, i sending JSON String with three parameters to java web service method. but on java side method cant print in console. Please guide me what i have to change from below code?
String json = "";
HttpParams httpParams = new BasicHttpParams();
HttpClient httpclient = new DefaultHttpClient();
// Prepare a request object
HttpPost httpPost = new HttpPost(url);
HttpGet httpGet = new HttpGet(url);
JSONObject jsonObject = new JSONObject();
json = jsonObject.toString();
StringEntity se = new StringEntity(json);
// 6. set httpPost Entity
// 7. Set some headers to inform server about the type of the content
//httpPost.addHeader( "SOAPAction", "application/json" );
//String s = doGet(url).toString();
Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(), "Data Sent", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
When I run this, it opens a dialog to prompt the user for a password. However, I would prefer for the user to be able to enter the password along with the rest of the above line instead of having to be bothered with the prompt. I’m very new to PowerShell, and everything I’ve found in docs only gives ways to bring the prompt up for the password. Is this something that is possible to accomplish in PowerShell? Thanks!
Is there any ‘easy’ way to create customized web gui (for example, menu, default home page etc.) for a Nagios authenticated user? I have created a user for a customer, who has access to certain hostgroups only. But after logging in, the user can obviously see the default menu, which is customized for internal use. How can I prevent this?
So, this question is a duplicate of those and many others. But it is an intentional duplicate, because I don’t think any of those questions were answered in a way that helps a user (developer) to determine precisely what in his scenario causes the dialog to appear.