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I am doing a http post from java application to a url.Everything works fine, the problem is URL where I am sending the post has been changed and it is redirecting it to the new url on a network level. It seems the request is going to the url but all the data I am sending in the http post seems to be lost. Without changing the URL in my application is there any way I can send my request to the new URL successfully?
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