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WEB - HTTP

Brew MP includes an HTTP 1.1 engine, suitable for apps that require standard access to Web servers, and the HTTPS engine uses Brew MP's SSL capabilities to conduct HTTP transactions over a secure socket.

ClassAEECLSID_Web
AEECLSID_WebUtil
Data structurePFNWEBHEADER
PFNWEBSTATUS
UrlParts
WebFormField
WebRespInfo
WebStatus
WebOptdeprecated
Items marked as deprecated have been replaced by a more powerful, alternative feature. Deprecated interfaces include a reference to the replacement interface, which should be used for all new application development. Deprecated features are still supported for backward compatibility, but should be avoided when developing new applications.
ErrorWeb error codes
HelperBASE64LEN()
WEB_ERROR_MAP()
WEB_ERROR_SUCCEEDED()
InterfaceIWeb
IWebEng
IWebReq
IWebResp
IWebUtil
IWebOptsdeprecated
Items marked as deprecated have been replaced by a more powerful, alternative feature. Deprecated interfaces include a reference to the replacement interface, which should be used for all new application development. Deprecated features are still supported for backward compatibility, but should be avoided when developing new applications.
MethodIWebEng_AddRef()
IWebEng_QueryInterface()
IWebEng_Release()
IWebEng_Transaction()
IWebReq_AddOpt()
IWebReq_AddRef()
IWebReq_GetOpt()
IWebReq_GetUrl()
IWebReq_QueryInterface()
IWebReq_Release()
IWebReq_RemoveOpt()
IWebResp_AddOpt()
IWebResp_AddRef()
IWebResp_GetInfo()
IWebResp_GetOpt()
IWebResp_QueryInterface()
IWebResp_Release()
IWebResp_RemoveOpt()
IWebUtil_AddRef()
IWebUtil_DecodeBase64()
IWebUtil_EncodeBase64()
IWebUtil_MakeUrl()
IWebUtil_ParseUrl()
IWebUtil_QueryInterface()
IWebUtil_Release()
IWebUtil_UrlDecode()
IWebUtil_UrlEncode()
IWeb_AddOpt()
IWeb_AddRef()
IWeb_GetOpt()
IWeb_GetResponse()
IWeb_GetResponseV()
IWeb_QueryInterface()
IWeb_Release()
IWeb_RemoveOpt()
IWEBOPTS_AddOpt()deprecated
Items marked as deprecated have been replaced by a more powerful, alternative feature. Deprecated interfaces include a reference to the replacement interface, which should be used for all new application development. Deprecated features are still supported for backward compatibility, but should be avoided when developing new applications.
IWEBOPTS_AddRef()deprecated
Items marked as deprecated have been replaced by a more powerful, alternative feature. Deprecated interfaces include a reference to the replacement interface, which should be used for all new application development. Deprecated features are still supported for backward compatibility, but should be avoided when developing new applications.
IWEBOPTS_GetOpt()deprecated
Items marked as deprecated have been replaced by a more powerful, alternative feature. Deprecated interfaces include a reference to the replacement interface, which should be used for all new application development. Deprecated features are still supported for backward compatibility, but should be avoided when developing new applications.
IWEBOPTS_QueryInterface()deprecated
Items marked as deprecated have been replaced by a more powerful, alternative feature. Deprecated interfaces include a reference to the replacement interface, which should be used for all new application development. Deprecated features are still supported for backward compatibility, but should be avoided when developing new applications.
IWEBOPTS_Release()deprecated
Items marked as deprecated have been replaced by a more powerful, alternative feature. Deprecated interfaces include a reference to the replacement interface, which should be used for all new application development. Deprecated features are still supported for backward compatibility, but should be avoided when developing new applications.
IWEBOPTS_RemoveOpt()deprecated
Items marked as deprecated have been replaced by a more powerful, alternative feature. Deprecated interfaces include a reference to the replacement interface, which should be used for all new application development. Deprecated features are still supported for backward compatibility, but should be avoided when developing new applications.