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Friday, 10 February 2012

INTERNET: HTTP Request and HTTP Response


  • HTTP is a stateless protocol. That means, It doesn’t contain any information regarding the client.
  • It works as a request-response protocol in the client-side computing model.
  • As it’s an Application Layer Protocol within the Framework Internet Protocol Suite, needs a Transfer Layer Protocol (usually Transmission Control Protocol) for data transmission.  
  • It carries request from Client-side (web browser) to the web server, known as HTTP Request. And again the response from the web-server to the browser, known as HTTP Response.


·        HTTP Request means transferring a request form the client side to the server.
·        It contains different types of HTTP Request Methods, which are used to indicate the type of the request.
·        It has URI which locate the destination.
·        It also has Protocol Version (Example: HTTP/1.1)
·        Then comes the Request Header, which contains information regarding the 
client environment like, Accept-Charset, Accept-Encoding, Authorization,etc.
·        Then there is a Message Body section, which contains actual information regarding the request.


·        HTTP Response means transferring a response of the client’s request by the web server.
·        First it contains the protocol name, its version, status code of the request, and a brief description of the status code.
·        Then it contains Response Header, which contain the information
of the server side environment.
·        After that it has, Message Body, which contain the actual response for the client.

Describes the HttpRequest & HttpRespond model, also the HTTP model





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