HTTP_STATE_INFO structure (http.h)

The HTTP_STATE_INFO structure is used to enable or disable a Server Session or URL Group.

This structure must be used when setting or querying the HttpServerStateProperty on a URL Group or Server Session.

Syntax

typedef struct _HTTP_STATE_INFO {
  HTTP_PROPERTY_FLAGS Flags;
  HTTP_ENABLED_STATE  State;
} HTTP_STATE_INFO, *PHTTP_STATE_INFO;

Members

Flags

The HTTP_PROPERTY_FLAGS structure specifying whether the property is present.

State

A member of the HTTP_ENABLED_STATE enumeration specifying the whether the configuration object is enabled or disabled.

This can be used to disable a URL Group or Server Session.

Remarks

When the HttpServerStateProperty is set on a server session or a URL group, the HTTP_STATE_INFO structure must be used. Server Sessions, and URL Groups represent a configuration for a part of the namespace where inheritance is involved. When traversing the namespace for a request, the HTTP Server API may encounter multiple applicable URL Groups. The property configuration structures must carry information identifying if it is present in a specific URL group.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows Vista [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]
Header http.h

See also

HTTP Server API Version 2.0 Structures

HTTP_SERVER_PROPERTY

HttpQueryRequestQueueProperty

HttpQueryServerSessionProperty

HttpQueryUrlGroupProperty

HttpSetRequestQueueProperty

HttpSetServerSessionProperty

HttpSetUrlGroupProperty