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HTTP_RES_T


Operates HTTP Response.

This topic lists the expressions that are provided by this class.

BODY (uint i)

Operate as Text on the HTTP response body. The length of the body is equal to the number in the argument. If there aren't enough characters in the body then the entire body is selected.

Parameters:

i- Body length

Returns: text_t


CACHE_CONTROL

Returns the HTTP Cache-Control object

Returns: http_cache_control_t


CONTENT_LENGTH

Returns the length of the HTTP response as a number.

Returns: http_content_length_t


DATE

Returns the contents of the HTTP Date header as text or as a date object.The date formats recognized are:
RFC822. Sun, 06 Jan 1980 08:49:37 GMT
RFC850. Sunday, 06-Jan-80 9:49:37 GMT
ASCTIME. Sun Jan 6 08:49:37 1980

Returns: http_date_t


FULL_HEADER

Returns the entire response header (including the terminating \r\n\r\n)

Returns: text_t


HEADER (text_t header_name)

Returns the contents of the HTTP headerspecified by the String argument. The header name cannot be longer than 32 characters.

Parameters (expressions not allowed):

header_name- Header Name

Returns: http_header_t


IS_CLIENT_ERROR

Returns True if response code is 4xx.

Returns: bool_at


IS_INFORMATIONAL

Returns True if response code is 1xx.

Returns: bool_at


IS_REDIRECT

Returns True if response code is 3xx.

Returns: bool_at


IS_SERVER_ERROR

Returns True if response code is 5xx.

Returns: bool_at


IS_SUCCESSFUL

Returns True if response code is 2xx.

Returns: bool_at


IS_VALID

Returns TRUE if the HTTP request is properly formed.

Returns: bool_at


MEDIA

Designates an expression that refers to media analytics

Returns: media_t


SET_COOKIE

Obtain the HTTP Set-Cookie Header Object from this response.

Returns: http_set_cookie_t


SET_COOKIE2

Obtain the HTTP Set-Cookie2 Header Object from this response.

Returns: http_set_cookie_t


STATUS

Returns the HTTP response status code.

Returns: num_t


STATUS_MSG

Returns the HTTP response status message.

Returns: text_t


TRACKING

Returns the HTTP body tracking mechanism.

Returns: http_tracking_e


TXID

Returns the HTTP Transaction ID. The value is a function of an internal transaction number, system boot time and system mac address. HTTP.REQ.TXID is same as HTTP.RES.TXID.

Returns: text_t


VERSION

Returns the HTTP version.

Returns: http_version_t


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