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HTTP method to use when processing client data to produce output


HTTP method to use when processing client data to produce output

By : Nebert Onisete
Date : November 19 2020, 01:01 AM
around this issue I would certainly avoid using an HTTP GET with a request body.
To me, the most appropriate HTTP verb would indeed by a POST. If the resulting resource is not to be persisted then I would not return a 201. Moreover, in your application this could compromise the decrypted metadata which will now become a query string parameter. Instead just return a 200 with the content, which is perfectly reasonable for a POST operation.
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How can I know on the client side when the HTTP handler is done processing?

How can I know on the client side when the HTTP handler is done processing?


By : user313346
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Hrm, maybe a simple solutioin could be to tag the url with a GUID(the guid being unique per file, or transfer, whatever makes sense to your situatuation). Then you can have another simple web service that is capable of checking on the status of the other service, based on the guid, and have your silverlight client query that new service for its processing status(by passing the new web service the guid of the past transfer).
Architecture for processing asyncronous HTTP request/response : ESB vs Async Http Client library

Architecture for processing asyncronous HTTP request/response : ESB vs Async Http Client library


By : Gone
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help you can also just use Apache Camel for this...
It supports a wide range of components and messaging patterns, is lightweight and has a flexible deployment model (standalone, spring, maven, webapp, OSGi, etc).
HTTP/1.1 505 HTTP Version Not Supported: Processing (client) to Heroku app server

HTTP/1.1 505 HTTP Version Not Supported: Processing (client) to Heroku app server


By : John Paul
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Ah ok figured it out! Turns out it was a multitude of problems. Fixed the 505 thanks to @regilero, and the urls were also not quite right. Here's the format that worked:
code :
c = new Client(this, "myapp.herokuapp.com", 80);
c.write("GET / HTTP/1.1\r\n");
c.write("Host: myapp.herokuapp.com\r\n");
c.write("\r\n");
How to produce this output processing strings?

How to produce this output processing strings?


By : chiqiu.dev
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I am having trouble producing this output: , Here's some code that outputs your whole thing:
code :
asterisks = 7

def output_one(n):
    return ((1+n*2)*'*').center(asterisks)

def output_two(n):
    return "+"

def output_three(n):
    x = abs((n-(asterisks // 2 + 1)))
    return "*" * x + " " * ((asterisks + 2) - 2 * x) + "*" * x


for n in range(asterisks // 2 + 1):
    print(output_one(n), output_two(n), output_three(n))
for n in range(asterisks // 2 - 1, -1, -1):
    print(output_one(n), output_two(n), output_three(n))
   *    + **** ****
  ***   + ***   ***
 *****  + **     **
******* + *       *
 *****  + **     **
  ***   + ***   ***
   *    + **** ****
NSURLRequest produce different result than HTTP proxy client

NSURLRequest produce different result than HTTP proxy client


By : raigitoda1988
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue It looks like when you receive HTTP 302 and new Location URL, iOS does automatically fetch the page by this URL, so I guess your response is in fact the HTML content of the redirection page. Please verify.
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