Applies to TestComplete 14.20, last modified on September 11, 2019

Description

The aqHttpRequest object represents a request you create using the methods of the aqHttp object. You can use the methods of the aqHttpRequest object to send HTTP requests with custom headers and body content.

Members

Example

The example below demonstrates how you can use the aqHttp object to create an HTTP GET request and send it to get a response from the server. To work with the created request, the code uses the aqHttpRequest object. To work with the server response, the sample code uses the aqHttpResponse object:

JavaScript, JScript

function httpGetRequest()
{
  var address = "http://httpbin.org";

  // Create an aqHttpRequest object
  var aqHttpRequest = aqHttp.CreateGetRequest(address);

  // Send the request, get an aqHttpResponse object
  var aqHttpResponse = aqHttpRequest.Send();
  
  // Read the response data
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.AllHeaders); // All headers
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.GetHeader("Content-Type")); // A specific header
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.StatusCode); // A status code
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.StatusText); // A status text
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.Text); // A response body
  
  // Save a response body to a file
  aqHttpResponse.SaveToFile("C:\\Work\\body.txt");
}

Python

def httpGetRequest():
  address = "http://httpbin.org"

  # Create an aqHttpRequest object
  aqHttpRequest = aqHttp.CreateGetRequest(address)

  # Send the request, get an aqHttpResponse object
  aqHttpResponse = aqHttpRequest.Send()
  
  # Read the response data
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.AllHeaders) # All headers
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.GetHeader("Content-Type")) # A specific header
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.StatusCode) # A status code
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.StatusText) # A status text
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.Text) # A response body
  
  # Save a response body to a file
  aqHttpResponse.SaveToFile("C:\\Work\\body.txt")

VBScript

Sub httpGetRequest
  Dim address, aqHttpRequest, aqHttpResponse
  address = "http://httpbin.org"

  ' Create an aqHttpRequest object
  Set aqHttpRequest = aqHttp.CreateGetRequest(address)

  ' Send the request, get an aqHttpResponse object
  Set aqHttpResponse = aqHttpRequest.Send()
  
  ' Read the response data
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.AllHeaders) ' All headers
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.GetHeader("Content-Type")) ' A specific header
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.StatusCode) ' A status code
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.StatusText) ' A status text
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.Text) ' A response body

  ' Save a response body to a file
  aqHttpResponse.SaveToFile("C:\\Work\\body.txt")
End Sub

DelphiScript

function httpGetRequest;
var address, aqHttpRequest, aqHttpResponse;
begin
  
  address := 'http://httpbin.org';

  // Create an aqHttpRequest object
  aqHttpRequest := aqHttp.CreateGetRequest(address);

  // Send the request, get an aqHttpResponse object
  aqHttpResponse := aqHttpRequest.Send();
  
  // Read the response data
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.AllHeaders); // All headers
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.GetHeader('Content-Type')); // A specific header
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.StatusCode); // A status code
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.StatusText); // A status text
  Log.Message(aqHttpResponse.Text); // A response body

  // Save a response body to a file
  aqHttpResponse.SaveToFile('C:\\Work\\body.txt');
  
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function httpGetRequest()
{
  var address = "http://httpbin.org";

  // Create an aqHttpRequest object
  var aqHttpRequest = aqHttp["CreateGetRequest"](address);

  // Send the request, get an aqHttpResponse object
  var aqHttpResponse = aqHttpRequest["Send"]();
  
  // Read the response data
  Log["Message"](aqHttpResponse["AllHeaders"]); // All headers
  Log["Message"](aqHttpResponse["GetHeader"]("Content-Type")); // A specific header
  Log["Message"](aqHttpResponse["StatusCode"]); // A status code
  Log["Message"](aqHttpResponse["StatusText"]); // A status text
  Log["Message"](aqHttpResponse["Text"]); // A response body
  
  // Save a response body to a file
  aqHttpResponse["SaveToFile"]("C:\\Work\\body.txt");
}

See Also

aqHttpResponse Object
aqHttp Object

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