ec_httpsrv_response_status_set_std — Sets the HTTP status for the session response
int **ec_httpsrv_response_status_set_std** ( | sess, | |
| | code, | |
| | message, | |
| | mimetype
); | |
ec_httpsrv_session * <var class="pdparam">sess</var>;
int <var class="pdparam">code</var>;
const char * <var class="pdparam">message</var>;
const char * <var class="pdparam">mimetype</var>;
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Sets the HTTP status for the session response.
the session to modify
must be any valid HTTP status code number
is a (typically) human readable response string
optional (may be NULL) mime type
0 if successful, else returns an errno indicating what went wrong. In particular, ENOMEM indicates that insuficient memory was available when copying the provided message to the session, but it may be possible for other errors to occur.
This function will set up Connection: close and/or chunked and compressed output.