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<var>StatusLine</var> is a member of the <var>[[HttpResponse class|HttpResponse]]</var> class.
 
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This method lets you check the HTTP status line of the
 
This method lets you check the HTTP status line of the
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a code, a blank, and a message (for example, "200 OK").
 
a code, a blank, and a message (for example, "200 OK").
 
==Syntax==
 
==Syntax==
<p class="syntax">%statusline = %httpresp:StatusLine
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===Syntax terms===
 
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Revision as of 21:57, 17 June 2011

Status line of most recent request (HttpResponse class)


This method lets you check the HTTP status line of the result of the most recent Get, Post, or Send operation. StatusLine returns the whole HTTP status line, which consists of a code, a blank, and a message (for example, "200 OK").

Syntax

%string = httpResponse:StatusLine

Syntax terms

%statusline A string or longstring variable for the assignment of the StatusLine value of %httpresp.
%httpresp A reference to an HTTPResponse object that was returned by a Get, Post, or Send method of an HTTPRequest object.

See also