This class encapsulates the response from the web server.
If specified the boundary signal for the
Additional information specified in the HTTP headers about the
Length of the
Data. Comes from the HTTP 'Content-Length:' header.
Value of the HTTP 'Content-Type:' header.
The stream or a string contains all the data sent by the web server after the HTTP headers. You can test if this is a stream with $isobject(response.Data) and if it is not a stream then it is a string with the data in it.
Storage for the HTTP headers in the reply.
The version of HTTP that the server supports.
This is the human readable reason that goes with the
The HTTP status code. This is useful to determine if the request was successful. Look in the rfc for HTTP to see which codes are supported and what they mean. A human readable form of this code is stored as the
The HTTP status line. This is the first line of the response and signals if the request was successful or if there was a problem.
Get the value associated with this header.
Return the name of the next header that was received from the web server.
Output the HTTP headers from the web server to the current device. The headers will not be in the same order but this does not alter the semantics.
Output the full response from the web server to the current device. The headers will not be in the same order but this does not alter the semantics. This is useful to see what the web server sent back.
Used internally to set a header name and value. This can also be called externally if you want to record another header value.