KIO HTTP: Post-Content type bug in http.c and SOAPAction header
adawit at kde.org
Mon Sep 30 00:05:28 BST 2002
On Sunday 29 September 2002 17:54, Tim Jansen wrote:
> I would like to do two changes in kdelibs/kioslave/http/http.cc (HEAD):
> 1. A bug fix for the broken Content-Type header field in post requests.
> When you create a post request (using KIO::http_post, for example) and add
> a header as shown in the kdoc example as "content-type" meta-data, the HTTP
> request is broken and looks like this:
> Accept-Language: en
> Host: www.ejseinc.com
> text/xml; charset=utf-8
> Content-Length: 266
> The name of the field ("Content-Type") is missing.
No it is not. You are supposed to add header element yourself when you
build the content-type meta data. Your patch breaks khtml ability to do
POST actions properly.
> 2. I would like to add a new kind of metadata called "soapaction". It is
> the content of a "SOAPAction" header field, as required by SOAP 1.1. I know
> it is a little bit late to add a feature, but it is trivial and should not
> harm any other code.
I 've no objection to the patch for this. I dunno how Waldo feels about it.
I think he's on vacation, but might be checking email so often. You might
want to wait until he comments on it.
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