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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Programming » HTTP web services » Using SQL Anywhere as an HTTP web server » Developing web service applications in an HTTP web server


Accessing client-supplied HTTP variables and headers

Variables and headers in an HTTP client request can be accessed using one of the following approaches:

  • The web service statement declaration to pass them as host parameters of a stored function and procedure call.

  • Calling the HTTP_VARIABLE, NEXT_HTTP_VARIABLE, HTTP_HEADER, HTTP_NEXT_HEADER functions in a stored function or procedure.

For more information about supplying HTTP variables and headers to a web service, see Supplying variables to a web service.

Accessing HTTP variables using host parameters
Accessing HTTP variables and headers using web service functions