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27  
28  package org.apache.http.client;
29  
30  import org.apache.http.HttpHost;
31  import org.apache.http.HttpRequest;
32  import org.apache.http.HttpResponse;
33  import org.apache.http.client.methods.HttpUriRequest;
34  import org.apache.http.conn.ClientConnectionManager;
35  import org.apache.http.params.HttpParams;
36  import org.apache.http.protocol.HttpContext;
37  
38  import java.io.IOException;
39  
40  /**
41   * This interface represents only the most basic contract for HTTP request
42   * execution. It imposes no restrictions or particular details on the request
43   * execution process and leaves the specifics of state management,
44   * authentication and redirect handling up to individual implementations.
45   *
46   * @since 4.0
47   */
48  @SuppressWarnings("deprecation")
49  public interface HttpClient {
50  
51  
52      /**
53       * Obtains the parameters for this client.
54       * These parameters will become defaults for all requests being
55       * executed with this client, and for the parameters of
56       * dependent objects in this client.
57       *
58       * @return  the default parameters
59       *
60       * @deprecated (4.3) use
61       *   {@link org.apache.http.client.config.RequestConfig}.
62       */
63      @Deprecated
64      HttpParams getParams();
65  
66      /**
67       * Obtains the connection manager used by this client.
68       *
69       * @return  the connection manager
70       *
71       * @deprecated (4.3) use
72       *   {@link org.apache.http.impl.client.HttpClientBuilder}.
73       */
74      @Deprecated
75      ClientConnectionManager getConnectionManager();
76  
77      /**
78       * Executes HTTP request using the default context.
79       *
80       * @param request   the request to execute
81       *
82       * @return  the response to the request. This is always a final response,
83       *          never an intermediate response with an 1xx status code.
84       *          Whether redirects or authentication challenges will be returned
85       *          or handled automatically depends on the implementation and
86       *          configuration of this client.
87       * @throws IOException in case of a problem or the connection was aborted
88       * @throws ClientProtocolException in case of an http protocol error
89       */
90      HttpResponse execute(HttpUriRequest request)
91          throws IOException, ClientProtocolException;
92  
93      /**
94       * Executes HTTP request using the given context.
95       *
96       * @param request   the request to execute
97       * @param context   the context to use for the execution, or
98       *                  {@code null} to use the default context
99       *
100      * @return  the response to the request. This is always a final response,
101      *          never an intermediate response with an 1xx status code.
102      *          Whether redirects or authentication challenges will be returned
103      *          or handled automatically depends on the implementation and
104      *          configuration of this client.
105      * @throws IOException in case of a problem or the connection was aborted
106      * @throws ClientProtocolException in case of an http protocol error
107      */
108     HttpResponse execute(HttpUriRequest request, HttpContext context)
109         throws IOException, ClientProtocolException;
110 
111     /**
112      * Executes HTTP request using the default context.
113      *
114      * @param target    the target host for the request.
115      *                  Implementations may accept {@code null}
116      *                  if they can still determine a route, for example
117      *                  to a default target or by inspecting the request.
118      * @param request   the request to execute
119      *
120      * @return  the response to the request. This is always a final response,
121      *          never an intermediate response with an 1xx status code.
122      *          Whether redirects or authentication challenges will be returned
123      *          or handled automatically depends on the implementation and
124      *          configuration of this client.
125      * @throws IOException in case of a problem or the connection was aborted
126      * @throws ClientProtocolException in case of an http protocol error
127      */
128     HttpResponse execute(HttpHost target, HttpRequest request)
129         throws IOException, ClientProtocolException;
130 
131     /**
132      * Executes HTTP request using the given context.
133      *
134      * @param target    the target host for the request.
135      *                  Implementations may accept {@code null}
136      *                  if they can still determine a route, for example
137      *                  to a default target or by inspecting the request.
138      * @param request   the request to execute
139      * @param context   the context to use for the execution, or
140      *                  {@code null} to use the default context
141      *
142      * @return  the response to the request. This is always a final response,
143      *          never an intermediate response with an 1xx status code.
144      *          Whether redirects or authentication challenges will be returned
145      *          or handled automatically depends on the implementation and
146      *          configuration of this client.
147      * @throws IOException in case of a problem or the connection was aborted
148      * @throws ClientProtocolException in case of an http protocol error
149      */
150     HttpResponse execute(HttpHost target, HttpRequest request,
151                          HttpContext context)
152         throws IOException, ClientProtocolException;
153 
154     /**
155      * Executes HTTP request using the default context and processes the
156      * response using the given response handler.
157      * <p>
158      * Implementing classes are required to ensure that the content entity
159      * associated with the response is fully consumed and the underlying
160      * connection is released back to the connection manager automatically
161      * in all cases relieving individual {@link ResponseHandler}s from
162      * having to manage resource deallocation internally.
163      * </p>
164      *
165      * @param request   the request to execute
166      * @param responseHandler the response handler
167      *
168      * @return  the response object as generated by the response handler.
169      * @throws IOException in case of a problem or the connection was aborted
170      * @throws ClientProtocolException in case of an http protocol error
171      */
172     <T> T execute(
173             HttpUriRequest request,
174             ResponseHandler<? extends T> responseHandler)
175         throws IOException, ClientProtocolException;
176 
177     /**
178      * Executes HTTP request using the given context and processes the
179      * response using the given response handler.
180      * <p>
181      * Implementing classes are required to ensure that the content entity
182      * associated with the response is fully consumed and the underlying
183      * connection is released back to the connection manager automatically
184      * in all cases relieving individual {@link ResponseHandler}s from
185      * having to manage resource deallocation internally.
186      * </p>
187      *
188      * @param request   the request to execute
189      * @param responseHandler the response handler
190      * @param context   the context to use for the execution, or
191      *                  {@code null} to use the default context
192      *
193      * @return  the response object as generated by the response handler.
194      * @throws IOException in case of a problem or the connection was aborted
195      * @throws ClientProtocolException in case of an http protocol error
196      */
197     <T> T execute(
198             HttpUriRequest request,
199             ResponseHandler<? extends T> responseHandler,
200             HttpContext context)
201         throws IOException, ClientProtocolException;
202 
203     /**
204      * Executes HTTP request to the target using the default context and
205      * processes the response using the given response handler.
206      * <p>
207      * Implementing classes are required to ensure that the content entity
208      * associated with the response is fully consumed and the underlying
209      * connection is released back to the connection manager automatically
210      * in all cases relieving individual {@link ResponseHandler}s from
211      * having to manage resource deallocation internally.
212      * </p>
213      *
214      * @param target    the target host for the request.
215      *                  Implementations may accept {@code null}
216      *                  if they can still determine a route, for example
217      *                  to a default target or by inspecting the request.
218      * @param request   the request to execute
219      * @param responseHandler the response handler
220      *
221      * @return  the response object as generated by the response handler.
222      * @throws IOException in case of a problem or the connection was aborted
223      * @throws ClientProtocolException in case of an http protocol error
224      */
225     <T> T execute(
226             HttpHost target,
227             HttpRequest request,
228             ResponseHandler<? extends T> responseHandler)
229         throws IOException, ClientProtocolException;
230 
231     /**
232      * Executes HTTP request to the target using the given context and
233      * processes the response using the given response handler.
234      * <p>
235      * Implementing classes are required to ensure that the content entity
236      * associated with the response is fully consumed and the underlying
237      * connection is released back to the connection manager automatically
238      * in all cases relieving individual {@link ResponseHandler}s from
239      * having to manage resource deallocation internally.
240      * </p>
241      *
242      * @param target    the target host for the request.
243      *                  Implementations may accept {@code null}
244      *                  if they can still determine a route, for example
245      *                  to a default target or by inspecting the request.
246      * @param request   the request to execute
247      * @param responseHandler the response handler
248      * @param context   the context to use for the execution, or
249      *                  {@code null} to use the default context
250      *
251      * @return  the response object as generated by the response handler.
252      * @throws IOException in case of a problem or the connection was aborted
253      * @throws ClientProtocolException in case of an http protocol error
254      */
255     <T> T execute(
256             HttpHost target,
257             HttpRequest request,
258             ResponseHandler<? extends T> responseHandler,
259             HttpContext context)
260         throws IOException, ClientProtocolException;
261 
262 }