FAQ

Key in the documentation is that for the following to do what is
expected, it requires POST. I'm assuming the url_param is needed to
resolve some issue with session_id's in the URL. If url_param is
absolutely needed, then it may need to be ignored under GET
conditions. I don't know enough about the reasoning to provide a
patch.

my $cgi = CGI->new();
my @params;
for my $param ( $cgi->url_param ) {
for my $value ( $cgi->url_param($param) ) {
push( @params, $param, $value );
}
}

for my $param ( $cgi->param ) {
for my $value ( $cgi->param($param) ) {
push( @params, $param, $value );
}
}

Juan

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