IHttpRequestFeature Interface

Definition

Contains the details of a given request. These properties should all be mutable. None of these properties should ever be set to null.

public interface IHttpRequestFeature
Derived

Properties

Body

A Stream representing the request body, if any. Stream.Null may be used to represent an empty request body.

Headers

Headers included in the request, aggregated by header name. The values are not split or merged across header lines. E.g. The following headers: HeaderA: value1, value2 HeaderA: value3 Result in Headers["HeaderA"] = { "value1, value2", "value3" }

Method

The request method as defined in RFC 7230. E.g. "GET", "HEAD", "POST", etc..

Path

The portion of the request path that identifies the requested resource. The value is un-escaped. The value may be string.Empty if PathBase contains the full path.

PathBase

The first portion of the request path associated with application root. The value is un-escaped. The value may be string.Empty.

Protocol

The HTTP-version as defined in RFC 7230. E.g. "HTTP/1.1"

QueryString

The query portion of the request-target as defined in RFC 7230. The value may be string.Empty. If not empty then the leading '?' will be included. The value is in its original form, without un-escaping.

RawTarget

The request target as it was sent in the HTTP request. This property contains the raw path and full query, as well as other request targets such as * for OPTIONS requests (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7230#section-5.3).

Scheme

The request uri scheme. E.g. "http" or "https". Note this value is not included in the original request, it is inferred by checking if the transport used a TLS connection or not.