ec_httpsrv_response_io — Set the session response to an IO object
int **ec_httpsrv_response_io** ( | sess, | |
| | io, | |
| | immediate
); | |
ec_httpsrv_session * <var class="pdparam">sess</var>;
io_object * <var class="pdparam">io</var>;
int <var class="pdparam">immediate</var>;
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Set the session response to an IO object.
the session to modify
the IO object
whether to buffer immediately or stream it.
Sets the response payload to the contents of the provided IO object.
If immediate is 0, the system may take a reference the provided IO object and will stream its contents out to the client as part of the response. When the streaming is complete, it will delref the IO object.
If immediate is non-zero, the contents will be read from the IO object and appended to the request via ec_httpsrv_response_append before this function call returns. If reads from the IO object return EAGAIN, then this function will return EAGAIN, and the caller is responsible for managing the repeated call to complete the operation.
0 if successful, else returns an errno indicating what went wrong. In particular, ENOMEM indicates that insuficient memory was available.