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  1. #1
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    Smile How to get the headers in HTTP request

    Hi,

    I am using http example provided in forum nokia.

    once I make http get or post request, I want to read the full headers.

    But i didnt found any api in RHTTPResponse which gives me full header received by the application.

    can somebody tell me how to get full http headers, other than just status code and status text

    The usage of RHTTPHeades so that i can retrive the whole header body

    thanks in advance
    vinayak
    Last edited by vinayakak; 2010-04-02 at 08:05.

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    Re: How to get the headers in HTTP request

    Do not forget about searching for RHTTPHeaders in the SDK Help, and in 'Headers in Using HTTP Client' you will find such a method - which is actually also present in Examples\AppProts\exampleclient\httpexampleclient.cpp

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    Smile Re: How to get the headers in HTTP request

    Wizard_hu

    thanks,

    it solved my problem

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