http-post | utility extends the functionality of the 'http ' library | Runtime Evironment library

 by   samt JavaScript Version: 0.1.1 License: MIT

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kandi X-RAY | http-post Summary

http-post is a JavaScript library typically used in Server, Runtime Evironment, Nodejs applications. http-post has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can install using 'npm i http-post' or download it from GitHub, npm.

This utility extends the functionality of the 'http' library in stock node.js. It returns a post request function in a very similar way to node's http.get(). It supports both normal urlencoded payloads and multipart/form-data.

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              http-post has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 17 star(s) with 11 fork(s). There are 2 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 7 open issues and 1 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 9 days. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of http-post is 0.1.1

            kandi-Quality Quality

              http-post has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              http-post has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              http-post code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              http-post is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              http-post releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Deployable package is available in npm.
              Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.

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            http-post Examples and Code Snippets

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            const httpPost = (url, data, callback, err = console.error) => {
              const request = new XMLHttpRequest();
    'POST', url, true);
              request.setRequestHeader('Content-type', 'application/json; charset=utf-8');
              request.onload = () =>   
            Sends a list of HTTP POST requests asynchronously .
            javadot img2Lines of Code : 13dot img2License : Permissive (MIT License)
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            public static List>> sendConcurrentPost(List serviceUrls) {
                    HttpClient client = HttpClient.newHttpClient();
                    List>> completableFutures =
            Issue a http post request .
            javadot img3Lines of Code : 12dot img3License : Permissive (MIT License)
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            public static void httpPostRequest() throws URISyntaxException, IOException, InterruptedException {
                    HttpClient client = HttpClient.newBuilder()
                    HttpRequest request   
            Performs an HTTP POST request .
            javadot img4Lines of Code : 5dot img4License : Permissive (MIT License)
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              public ResponseEntity post(HttpServletRequest request) {
                // Same impl as GET for testing purpose
                return this.get(request);

            Community Discussions


            Use the SAML attribute ForceAuthn with Google IdP
            Asked 2021-Jun-10 at 09:00

            Actually, we use Google IdP as a SSO / SAML authentication type for our application. We have configured it to connect our users to our application and it works fine. But recently, we have also wanted to ask a reauthentication to our users for different actions that could happen during the application lifecycle.

            In deeper details, when we send a SAML request to the Google Idp, we add the attribute ForceAuthn="true" in the node "AuthnRequest" and we also add a AuthnContextClassRef to ask explicitly that we want a reauthentication by credentials.

            When we send this SAML request to the Google IdP, the problem is that the IdP server doesn't ask credentials to the end user and redirect directly to the application with a successful response.

            Is that normal ? Does the Google IdP support the attribute ForceAuthn="true" ? I didn't find any documentation on this topic.

            Here is an example of the SAML request that has been sent to the IdP:



            Answered 2021-Jun-10 at 09:00

            Official answer from Google support: "Google doesn't currently implement Single Log out/account reauthentication, for SAML authorized services. You may alternatively have the use of "session lengths"".



            Signification of Identity provider Binding
            Asked 2021-May-27 at 00:43

            I am implementing SSO using an external Identity provider to which I do not have access yet.

            The IDP metadata IDPSSODescriptor has one SingleSignOnService tag with a binding value of: urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:2.0:bindings:HTTP-POST

            Does this imply that I cannot initiate an authentication request to the SingleSignOnService location with a GET request or that the service will respond with a POST request?



            Answered 2021-May-27 at 00:43

            It means that the protocol endpoints that you will interact with expect POST interaction from the client (typically a browser). This is required these days for sending the assertion from the IdP to SP, but Redirect is usually acceptable in the case of the SP sending an AuthnRequest to the IdP.



            Jhipster Spring Boot 2 instances of a microservice on different databases
            Asked 2021-May-25 at 19:18

            In my project I'm using Jhipster Spring Boot and I would like to start 2 instances of one microservise at the same time, but on different instances of a database (MongoDB).

            In this microservice I have classes, services, rests that are used for collections A, B C,.. for which now I would like to have also history collections A_history, B_history, C_history (that are structured exactly the same like A, B, C) stored in separated instance of a database. It makes no sense to me to create "really separated" microservice since I would have to copy all logic from the first one and end up with doubled code that is very hard to maintain. So, the idea is to have 2 instances of the same microservice, one for A, B, C collections stored in "MicroserviceDB" and second for A_history, B_history, C_history collections stored in "HistoryDB".

            I've tried with creating 2 profiles, but when I start from a command line History microservice, it is started ok, but if I also try to start "original" microservice at the same time, it is started but immediately history service becomes "original" microservice. Like they cannot work at the same time.

            Is this concept even possible in microservice architecture? Does anyone have an idea how to make this to work, or have some other solution for my problem?





            Answered 2021-May-20 at 09:18

            In general, this concept should be easily achievable with microservices and a suiting configuration. And yes, you should be able to use profiles to define different database connections so that you can have multiple instances running.

            I assume you are overwriting temporary build artifacts, that's why it is not working somehow. But that is hard to diagnose from distance. You might consider using Docker containers with a suiting configuration to increase isolation in this regard.



            AWS ELK - SAML SSO works in browser but not in iFrame
            Asked 2021-Apr-20 at 06:52

            I'm implementing SSO in my application where I have:

            • A react app which is registered as Open Id Client in Keycloak.
            • AWS ELK registered as SAML client in Keycloak.

            Scenario: 1 Use Kibana directly in browser

            When I visit, Kibana URL such as this- it redirects me to keycloak login page. After successful login on keycloak, it redirects to Kibana where I can see appropriate role assigned to my user (based on mapping I have created).

            Everything works fine until now!

            Scenario: 2 Embed Dashboard in External Portal

            I have a dashboard in Kibana which I have shared as embedded iFrame. The iFrame code is added to my portal which is registered as OPEN ID Connect Client.

            When I visit my portal, it successfully redirects me to login page of Keycloak and lets me authenticates against Keycloak. When the embedded iFrame gets renders, it shows error 400: Bad Request, Invalid Request Id

            Following Request gets executed in iFrame which fails:



            Answered 2021-Apr-20 at 06:52

            The problem is not with ELK or how SAML works, the problem we found is with new browser security called "SameSiteCookie" attribute.

            By default modern browser does not allow cookies to be shared across domain and this was the problem.

            The moment I go and change this setting manually in browser, everything starts working fine.

            For Elastic version of ELK - there is a setting called - For Open Distro version of ELK - there is a setting called - opendistro_security.cookie.sameSite

            If you are using AWS ElasticSearch service then you cannot set opendistro_security.cookie.sameSite which is a limitation which forced us to move out of AWS ElasticSearch.



            libcurl and LD_PRELOAD
            Asked 2021-Apr-05 at 17:50

            I'm creating a small example of a program using LD_PRELOAD in order to demonstrate Mitre ATT&CK ID T1574.006 at a security conference. I have it working for the most part but one of the problems that I'm running into is using libcurl as part of the demonstration. When I use the example POST code here: my program keeps looping until I terminate it and does not post any data.

            If anyone can point me in the right direction I would appreciate it. Essentially what I'm trying to do is before returning to the standard write function post the data off to a site.

            Here is the code:




            Answered 2021-Apr-04 at 16:04

            postData can make write calls (e.g. printf and fprintf calls you have in postData). Since write is intercepted, it calls into your intercepted write function from postData...then it goes to postData again and continues. So that's how "loop" occurs.

            You need to ensure that nothing in postData calls write. If you do need to print something, you'll have to use another way. You can instead use syscall (Linux).



            Pass Image Bitmap to Azure Face SDK detectWithStream()
            Asked 2021-Mar-14 at 22:24

            I am trying to write a React app that grabs a frame from the webcam and passes it to the Azure Face SDK (documentation) to detect faces in the image and get attributes of those faces - in this case, emotions and head pose.

            I have gotten a modified version of the quickstart example code here working, which makes a call to the detectWithUrl() method. However, the image that I have in my code is a bitmap, so I thought I would try calling detectWithStream() instead. The documentation for this method says it needs to be passed something of type msRest.HttpRequestBody - I found some documentation for this type, which looks like it wants to be a Blob, string, ArrayBuffer, or ArrayBufferView. The problem is, I don't really understand what those are or how I might get from a bitmap image to an HttpRequestBody of that type. I have worked with HTTP requests before, but I don't quite understand why one is being passed to this method, or how to make it.

            I have found some similar examples and answers to what I am trying to do, like this one. Unfortunately they are all either in a different language, or they are making calls to the Face API instead of using the SDK.

            Edit: I had forgotten to bind the detectFaces() method before, and so I was originally getting a different error related to that. Now that I have fixed that problem, I'm getting the following error: Uncaught (in promise) Error: image must be a string, Blob, ArrayBuffer, ArrayBufferView, or a function returning NodeJS.ReadableStream

            Inside constructor():



            Answered 2021-Mar-14 at 22:24

            I figured it out, thanks to this page under the header "Image to blob"! Here is the code that I added before making the call to detectFaces():



            AWS API Gateway with Lambda HTTP GET Request (Node.js) 502 Bad Gateway
            Asked 2021-Feb-25 at 22:52

            I'm new to AWS lambda functions and NodeJS. I'm trying to create an API Gateway call to a Lambda function that calls an external API and return some JSON data. It took me a while but I was finally able to get something to work based on this post: AWS Lambda HTTP POST Request (Node.js)

            The problem was the API Gateway kept erroring with a 502 Bad Gateway; which turns out to be that the JSON response was malformed. In the post I referenced above everyone seem to have success with just returning the JSON as-is, but I had to follow the instructions here to fix my issue:

            My question is: if you look at the last 10 lines of my code that finally worked I had to reformat my response, as well as use a callback in a async function. I am new to nodeJS and Lambda but it looks wrong to me, even though it works. The post I referenced seem to have much more elegant code, and I hope someone can tell me what I am doing wrong.



            Answered 2021-Feb-25 at 22:52

            I see couple of things.

            • We need to get the values from method doGetRequest and use the response, we can do that by await response = doGetRequest() or doGetRequest.then(), since we ant to capture errors as well, i went with second method.
            • We also need to resolve or reject the actual response from within promise.

            I tested with a different api(with url of this question). Here is the updated code.



            HTTP request GET/POST
            Asked 2021-Feb-21 at 19:20

            I create website at visual studio 2010. So, i should make open a new form and send information from first form. I used text file (i write from fist page to file and read this file at new form) and this is worked. But i want created connection by GET/POST request. I get this code from How to make an HTTP POST web request. Project is compile, but exceeds the time limit. So, bottom i attached code and error.

            Code from first page



            Answered 2021-Feb-21 at 05:54

            You can try it that way.



            SAML authentication for HUE revoking admin access AFTER first login
            Asked 2021-Jan-22 at 15:48

            I'm trying to set up SAML authentication for HUE deployed with AWS EMR, using Azure SSO as the IdP. I can actually get the handshake to work and the users are logging in to HUE, matching network login details to the usernames that are prepopulated in the HUE backend database. We create the users in HUE first and part of that setup includes setting some users with "is_superuser" to TRUE. The only attribute I explicitly look for to get from the IdP to HUE is the username/network-credential

            The behaviour I'm trying to understand is that the first person to log into the HUE UI is getting authenticated via SAML and logging in, with the admin/superuser privileges intact. But anyone after that logging in who is set up as an admin is losing the flag to indicate an admin, i.e. logged in as a normal user. If I manually go in afterward and set the users to have admin access in HUE database and have the users log in again, the access will be granted to the admin permissions and the problem seems to disappear but I don't understand why every login after the first is removing these permissions?

            I tried setting Django up in Debug mode to see if I can get any insights, but the only things I can find that could potentially explain this are:

            1. I found this line in the output of the runcpserver.log after the first login and not after any other ones, and when digging into the class there are definitely references to "is_superuser" in there.

            backend INFO Augmenting users with class:

            However, I can't tell if this is SUPPOSED to be only called once. If it's supposed to be called every time, I've no idea how to force that from the from configuration available to me.

            1. The other thing I found in the logs that leads me towards suspicion is the following two lines I found, after the login attempts of every user EXCEPT the first:


            Answered 2021-Jan-22 at 15:48

            Finally found the issue after going through the code, and the issue I was hitting was here:



            Which Claims should I use to map an ADFS user to GCIP
            Asked 2020-Sep-24 at 02:35

            We have a SaaS product on the firebase platform, one of our customer asked us to provide a SSO experience to their users. They have an old ADFS as an IdP.

            I though first to use Passport-Saml but then noticed that firebase auth could use Google Cloud Identity Platform for custom SAML IdP.

            It worked pretty well and we got a user logged in first try. However, the user created in firebase is pretty empty.

            Here is the user from the auth creation hook:



            Answered 2020-Sep-24 at 02:35

            The answer is twofold:
            The ServiceProvider.xml file needs to specify the nameid format as email address


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