tsNetGetSync tHeader

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Saman Sjr.
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tsNetGetSync tHeader

Post by Saman Sjr. » Sun Nov 03, 2019 5:50 pm

Dear all,

the PHP code for call web service API :

$request = new Http_Request2('https://api.example.net/CustomerName=aabbcc');
$url = $request->getUrl();
$headers = array(
// Request headers
'clientID' => '1',
'clientName' => 'aaa',
'clientKey' => '111',
'client-Subscription-Key' => '12345678',
$parameters = array(
// Request parameters
// Request body
$response = $request->send();
echo $response->getBody();
catch (HttpException $ex)
echo $ex;

How do I convert the code to LC using tsNetGetSync ?
I tried this but it always give no result :
put "clientID:'1', clientName:'aaa', clientKey:'111', client-Subscription-Key:'12345678'" into tHeaders
put tsNetGetSync("https://api.example.net/CustomerName=aabbcc", tHeaders, tRecvHeaders, tResult, tBytes) into tData

any example would be appreciated.


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Re: tsNetGetSync tHeader

Post by mimu » Mon Nov 04, 2019 9:16 pm

Hi Saman,
this should work:

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on mouseUp  
   local tRequestHeaders, tResponseHeaders, tResult, tBytes, tData
   local tSettings, tCharNo, tUrl
   put "https://api.example.net/CustomerName=aabbcc" into tUrl
   -- Build headers for HTTP request
   put "clientID:1" & cr into tRequestHeaders 
   put "clientName: aaa" & cr after tRequestHeaders 
   put "clientKey: 111" & cr after tRequestHeaders 
   put " client-Subscription-Key:12345678" after tRequestHeaders
   -- Disable connection re-use if required
   -- put true into tSettings["no_reuse"]
   put true into tSettings["save_sent_headers"]
   put tsNetGetSync(tUrl, tRequestHeaders, tResponseHeaders, tResult, tBytes, tSettings) into tData
   if the first word of tResult is not "tsneterr:" then
      -- For HTTP(s) requests, check response code to confirm success or failure
      if char 1 of tResult is not "2" then
         answer "HTTP response code" && tResult && "returned from server"
      end if
      answer "Error" && tResult && "returned from server"
   end if
   -- At this point:
   --  tResponseHeaders contains the headers returned from the server
   --  tRequestHeaders contains the headers that were sent to the server
   --  tData contains response body
end mouseUp
Ps: here you will find more code examples:

Saman Sjr.
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Re: tsNetGetSync tHeader

Post by Saman Sjr. » Tue Nov 05, 2019 2:45 am

Thanks mimu,
I got it working now.


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