5.7.6 SEND

The SEND command is used to create XML content to send back as a response to the remote HTTP client program.

When the SEND command of this content handler is executed the following steps occur:

The service using the XSL keyword transforms the program fields and list into the resultant XML. If a FRAGMENT keyword is present this transformation is stored, as this is only a fragment of the final XML to be sent. When no FRAGMENT keyword is present this transformation is treated as the last and the final output XML is constructed and ready to be sent.

The service determines if this Unicode data needs to be archived.

The service uses the value of the CONTENT keyword to determine the value of the HTTP protocol content-type.

The service creates a HTTP response to return to the remote client.

The optional UAFILE and UAPATH keywords are available to inform the remote client program of a recommended path and filename for the content. LANSA Integrator UserAgent will add these file and path names to the save popup menu on the response panel.

Syntax:

Command

Keyword

Value

Developer notes for Command/Keyword/Value

SEND

XSL

 

Mandatory. See XSL.

FRAGMENT

 

Optional. See FRAGMENT.

OUTPUT

 

Optional. See OUTPUT.

ARCHIVE

 

Optional. See ARCHIVE.

CONTENT

 

Optional. See CONTENT.

ENCODING

 

Optional. See ENCODING.

STATUS

value

Optional: HTTP status number.
Default: 200.

MESSAGE

value

Optional: HTTP status message.
Default: OK.

UAPATH

value

Optional. User agent save response path.

UAFILE

value

Optional. User agent save response file.

UACACHE

value

Optional. Cache-Control max-age.
Default. 0.

UADISPOSITION

value

Optional. Content-Disposition filename.

CHARSET

*YES

Optional. Include charset attribute.

*NO

Do not include charset attribute.

*TEXT

Default. Include charset attribute if content is text.