Once again, you are getting yourself into difficulties because you’re not using a proper web framework. I have NO IDEA what system you’ve set up and why it isn’t correctly parsing form-encoded content, but I do know that your issue simply wouldn’t exist if you use a well-known framework.
Please stop torturing yourself in this way, or at very least, stop torturing us with questions that have no useful answers beyond “start using Flask instead”.
Nothing here is untrue, but sometimes people are in constrained
environments. A couple of Pejamide’s posts have suggested this situation
to me - they’re working within some existing setup which may be hard to
Of course, that constraint should be made clear, because it is the exact
nature of the constrain which constrains what solutions might be
An an example, many years old, I once wrote a simple .ini parser for
someone which had to work in an extremely rigid Python environment
inside WebSphere. Possibly with an even-then obsolete Python (Jython of
some flavour IIRC).
So it’s possible that Pejamide has constraints on what they can use
In a previous thread, a recommendation to look into a well-known framework was met with “will look into that when I get a chance”, so it’s sounding more like there are no actual constraints, just time. And these questions show that it’s taking more and more time to NOT look into a framework.