Create php cURL code to get headers and use that php file as URL property of HttpService..
Hope this help. ..
cant i get headers if i utilize Flex Socket and make tcp Http Request to read all UTfBytes Available including headers?
Sure you can.
yes i tried that but i get this sand box violation errror when i accesss it
Error #2044: Unhandled securityError:. text=Error #2048: Security sandbox violation: app:/ cannot load data from 10.16.6.16:80
and my constructed request is this
var httprequest:String=new String() httprequest="GET "+statusurl+" HTTP/1.1\r\n" sock.writeUTFBytes(httprequest) //cookieHandler.writeUTFBytes(httprequest) httprequest="Accept: text/xml,application/xml,application/xhtml+xml,text/html;q=0.9,text/plain;q=0.8,image/png,*/*;q=0.5\r\n" sock.writeUTFBytes(httprequest) //httprequest="x-flash-version: 10,0,12,36\r\n" //cookieHandler.writeUTFBytes(httprequest) httprequest="User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US) AppleWebKit/525.19 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/188.8.131.52 Safari/525.19\r\n" sock.writeUTFBytes(httprequest) httprequest="Host: internet.wateen.net\r\n" sock.writeUTFBytes(httprequest) httprequest="Connection: Keep-Alive\r\n\r\n" sock.writeUTFBytes(httprequest) httprequest="Accept-Charset: ISO-8859-1,*,utf-8\r\n" sock.writeUTFBytes(httprequest) sock.flush()
and this is response from server
why flex considering it as sand box violation ?
1. Probably your app is not loaded from 10.16.6.16:80 (and if URLs are not identical it will give you the security error). Mind that identical !== same physical address. i.e. 10.16.6.16:80 !== http://10.16.6.16 (even though most probably that will be the same script responding on the other side).
Another thing is that when connecting through the socket the connection is restricted by default, it is permitted only if the port you're trying to connect replies to the policy file request with the valid policy data. This meant that when your socket on 10.16.6.16:80 is asked for
it should print out the policy file followed by the null byte (\x00) to grant the client permision to connect to it.
Please read this article for more info:
Yes server is doing redirection in the middle that is causing violation problem i think.But i am building this Application in Air .and i dont have idea if server enviornment implements socket policy file permissions because its a third party server.Most probbably they will not because that server is not intended to use in a such manner from flash .I think in Air there should be no sandbox violation problem of this kind no ? Altough thanks for helpful answer.
This is something I'm not sure about... but I'd guess that it may depend on AIR runtime version (maybe in 1.1 the security restrictions where less restrictive). But as far as I'm concerned, the socket must implement this security feature...
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HTTPService was designed before AIR, and given the Flash Player does not provide access to HTTP response headers the HTTPService API does not expose a way to get them.
If you can get by with manually formatting the request and response data then I suggest using the flash.net.URLLoader class directly (as this is what HTTPService ultimately uses to make the request). For AIR applications you can add an event listener for the "httpResponseStatus" event to get the information you're looking for... see:
Note that in AIR the associated HTTPStatusEvent instance has three useful properties:
responseURL - The URL from which the response was returned.
responseHeaders - The response headers that the response returned, as an array of URLRequestHeader objects.
status - The HTTP status code returned by the server.
Thanks alot Thats what i was looking for . live long life