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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Httpcomponents Wiki] Update of "HttpClientTutorial" by OlegKalnichevski
Date Mon, 13 Apr 2009 21:47:42 GMT
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http://wiki.apache.org/HttpComponents/HttpClientTutorial

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      * '''http.route.forced-route''': defines an forced route to be used by all default route
planner. Instead of computing a route, the given forced route will be returned, even if it
points to a completely different target host. This parameter expects a value of type HttpRoute.
  
+ === Secure HTTP connections ===
+ 
+     HTTP connections can be considered secure if information transmitted between two connection
endpoints cannot be read or tampered with by unauthorized third party. The SSL/TLS protocol
is the most widely used technique to ensure HTTP transport security. However, other encryption
techniques could be employed as well. Usually, HTTP transport is layered over the SSL/TLS
encrypted connection.
+ 
  == Socket factories ==
  
- === Secure HTTP connections ===
+     HTTP connections use java.net.Socket objects internally to handle transmittion of data
across the wire. They, however, rely on SocketFactory interface to create, initialize and
connect sockets. This enables the users of HttpClient to provide application specific socket
initialization code at runtime.
  
-     HTTP connections can be considered secure if information transmitted between two connection
endpoints cannot be read or tampered with by unauthorized third party. The SSL/TLS protocol
is the most widely used technique to ensure HTTP transport security. However, other encryption
techniques could be employed as well. Usually, HTTP transport is layered over the SSL/TLS
encrypted connection.
+ === SSL customization ===
+ 
+    Configuring custom SSL context.
+ 
+ === Hostname verification ===
+ 
+    Hostname verifier implementations.
+ 
+ == Protocol schemes ==
  
  == HttpClient proxy configuration ==
  
@@ -768, +780 @@

  
    NTLM connections. SSL connections with client authentication.
    
- == SSL customization ==
- 
-   Configuring custom SSL context.
- 
- === Hostname verification ===
- 
-   Hostname verifier implementations.
- 
  = HTTP state management =
  
  == HTTP cookies ==

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