Telerik.Web.UI.Editor.DialogControls.HTTPSend

Allow the transfer of data files using the W3C's specification for HTTP multipart form data. Microsoft's version has a bug where it does not format the ending boundary correctly.

Inheritance Hierarchy

  • System.Object
  • Telerik.Web.UI.Editor.DialogControls.HTTPSend : IDisposable

Properties

BeginBoundary String

The string that defines the begining boundary of our multipart transfer as defined in the w3c specs. This method also sets the Content and Ending boundaries as defined by the w3c specs.

BufferSize Int32

Allows us to determine the size of the buffer used to send a piece of the file at a time out the IO stream. Defaults to 1024 * 10.

Certificate X509Certificate

Allows us to specifiy the certificate to use for secure communications.

Chunked Boolean

Gets or sets a value indicating whether the file can be sent in smaller packets.

ContentBoundary String

The string that defines the content boundary of our multipart transfer as defined in the w3c specs.

Credentials ICredentials

Allows us to specified the credentials used for the transfer.

EndingBoundary String

The string that defines the ending boundary of our multipart transfer as defined in the w3c specs.

Expect100 Boolean

Gets or sets a value indicating whether the Expect100-Continue header should be sent.

FileContentType String

Used to change the content type of the file being sent. Currently defaults to: text/xml. Other options are text/plain or binary.

KeepAlive Boolean

Gets or sets a value indicating whether to make a persistent connection to the Internet resource.

Pipelined Boolean

Gets or sets a value indicating whether to pipeline the request to the Internet resource.

ResponseText StringBuilder

The data returned to us after the transfer is completed.

TransferHttpVersion Version

Allows you to specify the specific version of HTTP to use for uploads. The dot NET stuff currently does not allow you to remove the continue-100 header from 1.1 and 1.0 currently has a bug in it where it adds the continue-100. MS has sent a patch to remove the continue-100 in HTTP 1.0.

URL String

The web address of the recipient of the transfer.

Methods

GetFileHeader

Returns the proper content information for the file we are sending.

Parameters

filename System.String

The local path to the file that should be sent.

Returns

System.String All file headers, properly formatted in a string.

GetFileTrailer

Creates the proper ending boundary for the multipart upload.

Returns

System.String The ending boundary.

GetFormFields

Builds the proper format of the multipart data that contains the form fields and their respective values.

Returns

System.String All form fields, properly formatted in a string.

GetResponse

Make the request to the web server and retrieve it's response into a text buffer.

Returns

System.Void

GetStream

Determines if we have a file stream set, and returns either the HttpWebRequest stream or the file.

Returns

System.IO.Stream Either the HttpWebRequest stream or the local output file.

SendTextAsFile

Transmits a file to the web server stated in the URL property. You may call this several times and it will use the values previously set for fields and URL.

Parameters

content System.String

the text to send

filename System.String

The local path of the file to send.

Returns

System.Void

SetField

Allows you to add some additional field data to be sent along with the transfer. This is usually used for things like userid and password to validate the transfer.

Parameters

name System.String

The name of the custom field.

value System.String

The value of the custom field.

Returns

System.Void

SetFilename

Used to signal we want the output to go to a text file verses being transfered to a URL.

Parameters

path System.String

The local path to the output file.

Returns

System.Void

SetHeader

Allows you to add some additional header data to be sent along with the transfer.

Parameters

name System.String

The name of the custom header.

value System.String

The value of the custom header.

Returns

System.Void

WriteFile

Reads in the file a chunck at a time then sends it to the output stream.

Parameters

output System.IO.Stream

The stream to write to.

filename System.String

The local path of the file to send.

Returns

System.Void

WriteString

Mainly used to turn the string into a byte buffer and then write it to our IO stream.

Parameters

output System.IO.Stream

The stream to write to.

data System.String

The data to place into the stream.

Returns

System.Void

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