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Re: HTTP : Chunking/keepalive.

From: Christian Bhn <chrb@online.no>
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 1998 20:54:23 +0100
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Is what I have asked for below impossible with HTTP? What I want to know is if it is possible to send html and graphics using MIME to the browser in one HTTP response. And if anybody have a simple example?

Thanks a lot!

With kind regards
 Christian Bhn

>Thanks a lot, but have you or somebody else a working example or the resonse data which shows a html page which have a image in it which is embeded in the response? Or just a example response?
>>Use the multipart/mixed mime type to embed multiple, heterogeneous data sources
>>in a single HTTP stream.  The chunked type is designed for splitting up large quantities
>>of data and sending over a bandwidth limited connection.
>>See the HTTP/1.1 or HTTP/1.0 spec for details on how to use multipart mime
>>types.  This is also how "they" do webcams!
Received on Wednesday, 7 October 1998 14:54:29 UTC

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