June 09, 2014 09:30PM


res.header holds all the response headers of the subrequest and it is a normal Lua table. For multi-value response headers, the value is a Lua (array) table that holds all the values in the order that they appear. For instance, if the subrequest response headers contain the following lines:

Set-Cookie: a=3
Set-Cookie: foo=bar
Set-Cookie: baz=blah
Then res.header["Set-Cookie"] will be evaluated to the table value {"a=3", "foo=bar", "baz=blah"}.
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how to get response headers from internal-requests?

Amikam Snir June 09, 2014 02:20PM

Re: how to get response headers from internal-requests?

arteomp June 09, 2014 09:30PM

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