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From Rob Manning <Robert.Mann...@collabraspace.com>
Subject Re: Only speaking HTTP 1.1
Date Wed, 16 Nov 2005 15:53:09 GMT
Oleg Kalnichevski wrote:

>On Wed, Nov 16, 2005 at 10:22:02AM -0500, Rob Manning wrote:
>>I'd like to be able to tell HttpClient to only speak HTTP/1.1 with the 
>>server and
>>throw an Exception if the server doesn't support this.  I see in the 
>>api document 
>>where I can set the default protocol to use via the HTTP method parameter
>>called "http.protocol.version".  However, I suspect this will only 
>>"prefer" HTTP/1.1
>>and not "prevent" speaking HTTP/1.0.  Anyone have any ideas about how I
>>would achieve this?
>Just override the HttpMethodBase#readStatusLine(HttpState,
>HttpConnection) method and throw an exception if the effective protocol
>version is set to HttpVersion.HTTP_1_0
>Hope this helps

Thanks as always for a quick response.  I expect that will work just fine.


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