I believe that must-revalidate means : Once the cache expires, refuse to return stale responses to the user even if they say that stale responses are acceptable. Whereas no-cache implies : must-revalidate plus the fact the response becomes stale right away. If a response is cacheable for 10 seconds, then must-revalidate kicks in after 10 … Read more
There are two ways to download a file where the HTTP request requires that a header be set. The credit for the first goes to @guest271314, and credit for the second goes to @dandavis. The first method is to use the HTML5 File API to create a temporary local file, and the second is to … Read more
See my golden rule of web programming here: Stop data inserting into a database twice It says: “Never ever respond with a body to a POST-request. Always do the work, and then respond with a Location: header to redirect to the updated page so that browser requests it with GET” If browser ever asks user … Read more
pattern.matcher(input) always creates a new matcher, so you’d need to call matches() again. Try: Matcher m = responseCodePattern.matcher(firstHeader); m.matches(); m.groupCount(); m.group(0); //must call matches() first …
Neither restclient nor REST console support this but curl does. The original HTTP 1.1 specification says in section 4.3 A message-body MUST NOT be included in a request if the specification of the request method (section 5.1.1) does not allow sending an entity-body in requests. Section 5.1.1 redirects us to section 9.x for the various … Read more
You could try to force the browser to open a “Save As…” dialog by doing something like: header(‘Content-type: text/csv’); header(‘Content-disposition: attachment;filename=MyVerySpecial.csv’); echo “cell 1, cell 2”; Which should work across most major browsers.
I have found the answer to my question. client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Add(“X-Version”,”1″); That should add a custom header to your request
There is no way to control headers sent by a browser while using JSONP. JSONP is a smart trick (or a hack, depending on how you see it…) that consist of inserting a <script> tag pointing to a server endpoint. Ultimately it is a browser who will decide which headers to sent while requesting scripts … Read more
You need to look at the definition of the header field: http://greenbytes.de/tech/webdav/rfc2616.html#rfc.section.14.17 Content-Type = “Content-Type” “:” media-type so it takes a single media-type, which is defined by the grammar you quoted above. So the answer is: a single type/subtype, followed by optional parameters.
Too many hours looking for a correct fix on prototypejs… finally, we have a non-intrusive solution on great kourge (Wilson Lee) article!. Here is an excerpt: Most major Ajax frameworks like to set custom HTTP headers on the Ajax requests you instantiate; the most popular header is X-Requested-With: XMLHttpRequest. Consequently your request is promoted to … Read more