Luis, I think you would need to inspect the Content-Type: header of the
request to know what the body contained. For instance,
"application/x-www-form-urlencoded" would indicate name/value pairs
which is already available in the form scope. The biggy would be pages
where images were being uploaded like with ("multipart/form-data;").
You definitely would not want 3 megs of binary stuff laying around the
So yes, you wouldn't want to include all request bodies or you would
risk performance implications and redundancy.