execute

Runs the HTTP query.


            execute ( [hasProxy ] [, async ] [, timeout ] [, context ])
         

Parameters

hasProxy

Boolean to true if you need to use a proxy HTTP. By default set to false.

async

Boolean set to true if the query is asynchronous. Set to false by default.

timeout

Maximum wait time in milliseconds in case of an asynchronous query. If this parameter isn't defined, the wait time is 5 minutes.

context

The context is any object that will be forwarded to the second argument of the complete function in case of an asynchronous query. Set to null by default.

Return value

None.

Remarks

If the HTTP connection fails, an exception is raised. The response property only becomes valid after a successful call to the execute function. Example:

      var http = new HttpClientRequest("http://www.google.com")
http.method = "GET"
// Note: Here, http.response == undefined
http.execute()
var response = http.response

Features

Method of class: HttpClientRequest

Available in:

  • Content management
  • Delivery properties
  • Typology rule
  • JSSP
  • SOAP Method
  • WebApp
  • Workflow