Http Headers from Windows Forms client

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Wicus, Feb 25, 2005.

  1. Wicus

    Wicus Guest

    Hi
    I'm currently working on a thin client implementation where the thin client
    consumes a web service. The client has been coded in c#.net and I've added
    a dynamic web reference to the web service. My problem is that I need
    access to the http headers (i.e Accept-Encoding) of the http requests that
    the client send to the server. I've looked at the proxy class (which
    inherits from SoapHttpClihentProtocol) and no access to the http header
    level seems to be forthcoming. I am also making use of a soap extension
    configured on the client. In the SoapExtension I can easily enough get hold
    of headers like "Content-Encoding" on the SoapMessage class, but also there
    the "Accept-Encoding" header does not seem reachable. Any help on how to
    get access to the http header level from a windows forms client will be much
    appreciated!!
    Thanks
     
    Wicus, Feb 25, 2005
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