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RE: client closing connection

From: Yogesh Bang <Y.Bang@zensar.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 18:17:08 +0530
Message-ID: <12DBF81D4944C546AF06D1A37A07A5C8148B68@zenmail1.ind.zensar.com>
To: "Diwakar Shetty" <diwakar.shetty@oracle.com>, <ietf-http-wg@w3.org>

Hopefully there exists a provision to specify the
"BYTE RANGE" in "HTTP request" to hint the Web-Server
about the Length of data Client Browser can accept.
Exploring more on 'HTTP Partial Download' may help.

Cheers,
Yog



-----Original Message-----
From:	Diwakar Shetty [mailto:diwakar.shetty@oracle.com]
Sent:	Thu 2/6/2003 6:01 PM
To:	ietf-http-wg@w3.org
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Subject:	client closing connection



Suppose a client has requested for page.
The page is a big file

Before the whole response has come, client wants to indicate to server that it is no more interested in the data.

At the same time, I do not want the TCP connection to be closed.
Since I want to make use of Keep-Alive and keep the TCp connection alive

How can I do it ?

Can sending "Connection:close" do the job ?
But I guess it will tear down the "Keep-Alive" connection in HTTP/1.1
Am not sure about its behaviour in HTTP 1.0

Thanks
Diwakar
Received on Thursday, 6 February 2003 07:50:25 GMT

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