What is the acceptable HTTP request-response delay? I have a client-server application that takes 0.4 milliseconds as request-response delay. is this delay acceptable according to the standard?, ...
My book makes an example where the first line of the HTTP response is: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Then there is a table where explains all the codes, and 200 is equal to 'OK'. Then what is the 'OK' ...
Occasionally GET requests to my IIS7 server get a response code of HTTP/1.1 0 I've been trying to find some information on this, but so far I'm coming up empty. I've only seen this sort of behavior ...
I'm using curl to request a URL that redirects to a different URL using a Location: line like: Location:/path/to/resource#name As I understand it, that line in the redirect response is invalid per ...
Let's say I see an HTTP response with its header. How do I know if it is a response to a HEAD request? RFC 2616 states that if 200 OK is the status of the response, it should contain a message body ...