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Well, the output there says that there was a POST request to http://sipp.pu.go.id/sipp2005/form_A3.php with the content
ses_id=sid&fiscal=2008&thnang=&propinsi=01&proyektemp=0905497004-11003 +7040+-Ir.+Bambang+Erianto%2CMM++++++++&nmpinpro=-Ir.+Bambang+Erianto% +2CMM++++++++&nippin=110037040&nmproyek=PUSAT-SEKRETARIAT-SNVT+PENANGA +NAN+MENDESAK+DAN+TANGGAP+DARURAT&proyek=0905497004&nmpropinsi=DKI+Jak +arta

Which might be the same, assuming the server accepts GET requests as well as POST requests, as this URL:

http://sipp.pu.go.id/sipp2005/form_A3.php?ses_id=sid&fiscal=2008&thnan +g=&propinsi=01&proyektemp=0905497004-110037040+-Ir.+Bambang+Erianto%2 +CMM++++++++&nmpinpro=-Ir.+Bambang+Erianto%2CMM++++++++&nippin=1100370 +40&nmproyek=PUSAT-SEKRETARIAT-SNVT+PENANGANAN+MENDESAK+DAN+TANGGAP+DA +RURAT&proyek=0905497004&nmpropinsi=DKI+Jakarta

Now, I've gone to that URL and ... I can't read Bahasa Indonesia, so I don't know if that's the information you want or an error message.



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