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  1. Dear All, I need to fill two fields in a form and then submit it. As I'm not well versed in this area, I come here and for some guidance. The page where they sit is coded as follows: <html> <body> <form id="form1" name="form1" action="envia_arq2.php" method="post"> Senha: <input TYPE="password" NAME="senha" SIZE="12"><br /><br /> Seu nome: <input TYPE="text" NAME="nome" SIZE="12"> <input name="enviar" type="submit" value="Enviar"> </form> </body> </html> This is a FMX application, so I can't use TWebBrowser as I've found in several articles in the internet. Furthermore, even the VCL version I couldn't make work, after navigating to the page the Document property is nil, making it impossible to retrieve the fields as indicated in those articles. I then moved on to ICS TSslHttpCli, tried a few basic things, but I came up empty on the very first attempt where I just set the URL (https://www.trivial.com.br/envia_arq2.htm) and did a GET to try and see how to proceed from there. An exception is raised signaling a missing SSL Context. Perhaps this is not the way to go. Could you please kindly share some light on this? Thanks in advance. -- Carlos
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