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The Response Object tutorials

  • The ASP.NET provides a class called HttpResponse which is defined in the namespace System.Web. This class provides various methods and properties which help you use various information related to a web response.

  • You can use the Response object to send output to the client.



public sealed class HttpResponse


  • The Response object defines the following methods.





Sets the HTML header name to value


Adds a string to the end of the Web server log entry for this request


Writes a string of binary characters to the HTTP output stream


Erases any buffered HTML output.


Sends all currently buffered output to the client, stops execution of the page, and raises the EndRequest event.


Sends all currently buffered output to the client


Redirects a request to a new URL and specifies the new URL.


Writes a variable or text to the current HTTP output as a string


Properties of the Response Object

  • The following table provides some noteworthy properties of the Response object:





Indicates whether page output is buffered


Sets a header to notify proxy servers or other cache mechanisms whether they can cache the output generated by ASP.


Gets or sets a value indicating whether to buffer output and send it after the complete page is finished processing.


Appends the name of the character set to the content-type header. The character set specifies for the browser how to display characters.


Gets or sets the HTTP character set of the output stream.


Gets or sets the HTTP MIME type of the output stream.


Gets the response cookie collection


Specifies the length of time before a page cached on a browser expires.


Specifies the date and time on which a page cached on a browser expires.


Gets or sets an Encoding object that represents the encoding for the current header output stream.


Gets the collection of response headers


Indicates whether the client has reset the connection to the server


Enables output of text to the outgoing HTTP response stream.


Enables binary output to the outgoing HTTP content body


Gets or sets the value of the Http Location header.


Sets the LCID for data for one response The LCID refers to how dates, times, and currency are formatted for a specific geographical locale.


Set the value for the pics-label response header to indicate the PICS content rating.


Sets the Status line that is returned to the client


Gets or sets the HTTP status code of the output returned to the client


Gets or sets the HTTP status string of the output returned to the client.


Gets or sets a value qualifying the status code of the response.


Gets or sets a indicating whether to send HTTP content to the client.value

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