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Subject [Httpcomponents Wiki] Trivial Update of "HttpCoreTutorial" by ant
Date Sat, 29 Nov 2008 20:39:14 GMT
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  == HTTP entity ==
  
- HTTP messages can carry a content entity associated with the request or response. Entities
can be found in some requests and in some responses, where they are optional. Requests that
use entities are referred to as entity enclosing requests. HTTP specification defines two
entity enclosing methods: POST and PUT. Responses are usually expected to enclose a content
entity. There are exceptions to this rule such as responses to HEAD method and 204 No Content,
304 Not Modified, 205 Reset Content responses.
+ HTTP messages can carry a content entity associated with the request or response. Entities
can be found in some requests and in some responses, where they are optional. Requests that
use entities are referred to as entity enclosing requests. The HTTP specification defines
two entity enclosing methods: POST and PUT. Responses are usually expected to enclose a content
entity. There are exceptions to this rule such as responses to HEAD method and 204 No Content,
304 Not Modified, 205 Reset Content responses.
  
  !HttpCore distinguishes three kinds of entities, depending on where their content originates:

  

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