Posting data as part of a web check

As part of the web check request, you can post data in the request body for HTTP checks and as a data string for TCP checks. You can enter the content in the "Request data" section when adding or editing a check.

For HTTP check types:

Each key-value pair is separated by an '&' character, and each key is separated from its value by an '=' character. Keys and values are both escaped by replacing spaces with the '+' character and then using URL encoding on all other non-alphanumeric characters.




For TCP check types:

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