do httpheaders and httpproxy reset after handler ends?
JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 19 00:03:26 EDT 2008
My limited experience is that the browser name space on the client computer
retains the headers and variables until the user does something like a
refresh that would update the header data. This would be the case with
either the GET or POST methods.
Also, using <iframe> tags might not work as expected due to scope issues if
your 'page' is inside those tags.
PS Andre, I sent you an email directly about 12 hours ago and it could be
that it did not get to you. Let me know.
On 7/18/08 4:58 PM, "Andre Garzia" <andre at andregarzia.com> wrote:
> Chipp and Pierre,
> thank you guys! So far they are persistent, no post requests in that
> application, only couple GETs...
> Thanks for the help!
> On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 6:52 PM, Pierre Sahores <psahores at free.fr> wrote:
>> I don't have idea about what is the best with the httpproxy part of your
>> About the httpheaders, in my experience (both MC and Rev http clients), it's
>> always a good precaution to set the httpheaders again before each new
>> occurence of a POST command.
>> See this transcript-based pgdump trigger function (PostgreSQL database
>> backup) as a for years running production state example :
>> function newdbpgdump d,p
>> put "&tdSQL=" & urlencode(reagenc(p)) into larequete
>> put "doSQL=632&toTDB=" & d & larequete & "&IDC=" & encefv1("pierres") &
>> "&VAL=" & encefv1("roussilles") into retour
>> set httpheaders to "Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded" &
>> post retour to url (line 1 of fld "revwas")
>> if it is "" then
>> answer "La connexion avec le serveur distant est rompue." & return &
>> return & \
>> "Vérifiez votre configuration d'accès à l'internet"
>> exit to top
>> else return word 1 to -1 of it & return & return
>> end newdbpgdump
>> Hope this can help,
>> Pierre Sahores
>> mobile : 06 03 95 77 70
>> Le 18 juil. 08 à 22:25, Andre Garzia a écrit :
>>> Hello Friends,
>>> a quick question, anyone knows how persistent is httpproxy and
>>> httpheaders? I want to know if I need to set them everytime or if
>>> setting them on openstack will be enough for all subsequent URL calls.
>>> PS: Yes, I could sniff that with wireshark, but I felt like asking...
>>> http://www.andregarzia.com All We Do Is Code.
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