Get "Object Moved" error when using url.openConnection and .connect
I have been using Matlab Java Virtual Machine (Java 1.6.0_27-b07 with Sun Microsystems Inc. Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM mixed mode) for the past 2 years to login to an https site to look for high school teaching substitute job postings, and accept jobs that I would want. Everything was working great until a couple of months ago. I started getting an error when I ran the program. I looked deeper and saw that I was still able to securely log into the site, but when I went to the job search page, it read:
<body><h1>Object Moved</h1>This object may be found <a HREF="http://www.aesoponline.com/login.asp">here</a>.</body>"
The problem is that http://www.aesoponline.com/login.asp is not the page I want to go to. When I use any browser to go to the search page, I get the correct page and there is no "Object Moved" error.
I have read this may happen if the server thinks you are not a normal browser (an automated computer program trying to access the site). So I have tried adding:
"urlConnection.setRequestProperty('User-agent','Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/4.0)');"
to make the server think it is a browser. But this did not help.
I also tried:
to see if it would redirect, but this also did not work.
The strange part is that this all of a sudden started happening a couple months ago, when it worked fine for 2 years before that.
I would appreciate any help I can get. Thanks in advance!
Here is the code I am using after logging into the site and getting the correct cookies ("my_cookie"). "search_page_source_code" is where I read "Object Moved...":
url = java.net.URL('https://www.aesoponline.com/subweb/sub_searchforjobs.asp?x=x');
urlConnection = url.openConnection();
%% Add cookie info
%% Get source code of search page
inputStream = urlConnection.getInputStream;
byteArrayOutputStream = java.io.ByteArrayOutputStream;
% This StreamCopier is unsupported and may change at any time.
isc = InterruptibleStreamCopier.getInterruptibleStreamCo pier;
search_page_source_code = native2unicode(typecast(byteArrayOutputStream.toBy teArray','uint8'),'UTF-8');