Continue Delegate Delegate
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Represents the method that notifies callers when a continue response is received by the client.
public delegate void HttpContinueDelegate(int StatusCode, WebHeaderCollection ^ httpHeaders);
public delegate void HttpContinueDelegate(int StatusCode, WebHeaderCollection httpHeaders);
type HttpContinueDelegate = delegate of int * WebHeaderCollection -> unit
Public Delegate Sub HttpContinueDelegate(StatusCode As Integer, httpHeaders As WebHeaderCollection)
The numeric value of the HTTP status from the server.
The headers returned with the 100-continue response from the server.
Use HttpContinueDelegate to specify the callback method to be called when an HTTP 100-continue response is received from the server. When set, the delegate is called whenever the first protocol response of type HttpStatusCode.Continue is received. This is a change from the behavior of the version 1.1 Framework.
Your event handler must declare the same parameters as the HttpContinueDelegate.
StatusCode is always HttpStatusCode.Continue.
This is useful when the client wants to display the status of data being received from the server.
Gets an object that represents the method represented by the specified delegate.