Stephen MacLean smaclean at
Fri Jul 5 18:27:13 EDT 2019

Hi J,

DELETE does work, it’s used in the WP library. 

I’m out right now, but will find the code and send you a sample when I get back. 

Steve MacLean

> On Jul 5, 2019, at 6:23 PM, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
> The server lady wants it that way. I create signed AWS URLs that are secure and which access her APIs. So far we've only used POST, PUT, and GET. Now we've added a "log out" function and I'm supposed to send the URL with DELETE. She is floored that I can't do that:
> "I can change it if you really don’t have DELETE, but I would find it surprising. If you do have it, I’d prefer to keep it as DELETE since it makes the most sense for the action."
> Then she suggests using cURL but that won't work on mobile where we can't use shell.
> I wouldn't know where to start with tsNetCustom(), but I'll investigate. Suggestions welcome, provided it works on mobile.
>> On 7/5/19 3:30 PM, Dar Scott Consulting via use-livecode wrote:
>> Testing DELETE is scary. Consider <>, <> or others for safe testing.
>> I haven't tested, but I'd think that 'delete URL " <>"' should work.
>> You might need to pass along some auth:
>> delete URL " <>"
>> If not, you can directly use TCP. It is as easy as a simple GET. It is as hard as figuring out simple HTTP.
>> Or consider tsNetCustom() and use "DELETE" as the request.
>> Dar Scott
>> darzLab
>>> On Jul 5, 2019, at 1:55 PM, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
>>> I need to send a DELETE to a server. I only know of PUT, GET, and POST options. Does tsNet support DELETE? If not, how would I do that?
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