org.apache.http.impl.io
Class DefaultHttpResponseParser

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.apache.http.impl.io.AbstractMessageParser<HttpResponse>
      extended by org.apache.http.impl.io.DefaultHttpResponseParser
All Implemented Interfaces:
HttpMessageParser<HttpResponse>

@NotThreadSafe
public class DefaultHttpResponseParser
extends AbstractMessageParser<HttpResponse>

HTTP response parser that obtain its input from an instance of SessionInputBuffer.

Since:
4.2

Field Summary
 
Fields inherited from class org.apache.http.impl.io.AbstractMessageParser
lineParser
 
Constructor Summary
DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer buffer)
           
DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer buffer, LineParser lineParser, HttpResponseFactory responseFactory, HttpParams params)
          Deprecated. (4.3) use DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer, LineParser, HttpResponseFactory, MessageConstraints)
DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer buffer, LineParser lineParser, HttpResponseFactory responseFactory, MessageConstraints constraints)
          Creates new instance of DefaultHttpResponseParser.
DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer buffer, MessageConstraints constraints)
           
 
Method Summary
protected  HttpResponse parseHead(SessionInputBuffer sessionBuffer)
          Subclasses must override this method to generate an instance of HttpMessage based on the initial input from the session buffer.
 
Methods inherited from class org.apache.http.impl.io.AbstractMessageParser
parse, parseHeaders, parseHeaders
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

DefaultHttpResponseParser

@Deprecated
public DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer buffer,
                                            LineParser lineParser,
                                            HttpResponseFactory responseFactory,
                                            HttpParams params)
Deprecated. (4.3) use DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer, LineParser, HttpResponseFactory, MessageConstraints)

Creates an instance of this class.

Parameters:
buffer - the session input buffer.
lineParser - the line parser.
responseFactory - the factory to use to create HttpResponses.
params - HTTP parameters.

DefaultHttpResponseParser

public DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer buffer,
                                 LineParser lineParser,
                                 HttpResponseFactory responseFactory,
                                 MessageConstraints constraints)
Creates new instance of DefaultHttpResponseParser.

Parameters:
buffer - the session input buffer.
lineParser - the line parser. If null BasicLineParser.INSTANCE will be used
responseFactory - the response factory. If null DefaultHttpResponseFactory.INSTANCE will be used.
constraints - the message constraints. If null MessageConstraints.DEFAULT will be used.
Since:
4.3

DefaultHttpResponseParser

public DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer buffer,
                                 MessageConstraints constraints)
Since:
4.3

DefaultHttpResponseParser

public DefaultHttpResponseParser(SessionInputBuffer buffer)
Since:
4.3
Method Detail

parseHead

protected HttpResponse parseHead(SessionInputBuffer sessionBuffer)
                          throws IOException,
                                 HttpException,
                                 ParseException
Description copied from class: AbstractMessageParser
Subclasses must override this method to generate an instance of HttpMessage based on the initial input from the session buffer.

Usually this method is expected to read just the very first line or the very first valid from the data stream and based on the input generate an appropriate instance of HttpMessage.

Specified by:
parseHead in class AbstractMessageParser<HttpResponse>
Parameters:
sessionBuffer - the session input buffer.
Returns:
HTTP message based on the input from the session buffer.
Throws:
IOException - in case of an I/O error.
HttpException - in case of HTTP protocol violation.
ParseException - in case of a parse error.


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