Mql5 http get/post request in a particular port.

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Al Imran Suvro
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Al Imran Suvro  

Hello Coders.

I am looking for a code of mql5 http get/post request in a particular port. I have searched in our previous topics but unfortunately, those are not working for me. I have found 'wininet.dll' http get/post request which is worked in mql4 code but mql5 is not supported. When I try to do it with my mql4 code into my mql5 terminal but it's not worked.

https://www.mql5.com/en/articles/73

I have found this above tutorial but it does not work. Do you have any http get/post request code please share with me. This will save my day. Thanks in Advanced.

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Stanislav Korotky
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Stanislav Korotky  

In WebRequest, custom ports were unsupported, at least in the past:

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Rashid Umarov, 2014.11.10 09:27

The port itself can not be specified. The rule is:

- if the address starts with https: //, then port 443. Otherwise, port 80.

Custom dlls should help.
Al Imran Suvro
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Al Imran Suvro  
Stanislav Korotky:

In WebRequest, custom ports were unsupported, at least in the past:

Custom dlls should help.

 WinInet.dll 

I have used the above 'dll' file it worked well in 'mql4' but 'mql5' is not working for me.

WebRequest doesn't support custom port. My port is like '8080'.

Stanislav Korotky
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Stanislav Korotky  
Al Imran Suvro:

 WinInet.dll 

I have used the above 'dll' file it worked well in 'mql4' but 'mql5' is not working for me.

How is it not working exactly? What is your environment? There are 2 versions - 32 and 64 bit - try appropriate.

Al Imran Suvro
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Al Imran Suvro  
Stanislav Korotky:

How is it not working exactly? What is your environment? There are 2 versions - 32 and 64 bit - try appropriate.

Thank you so much. Now I am using WebRequest to solved my problem. Another word gives up to finish my task earlier.

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