Uses of Package
org.apache.http.client

Packages that use org.apache.http.client
org.apache.http.client Client HTTP communication APIs. 
org.apache.http.client.protocol Client specific HTTP protocol handlers. 
org.apache.http.client.utils Client utility classes. 
org.apache.http.impl.client Default HTTP client implementation. 
org.apache.http.impl.execchain HTTP request execution chain APIs. 
 

Classes in org.apache.http.client used by org.apache.http.client
ClientProtocolException
          Signals an error in the HTTP protocol.
RedirectException
          Signals violation of HTTP specification caused by an invalid redirect
ResponseHandler
          Handler that encapsulates the process of generating a response object from a HttpResponse.
 

Classes in org.apache.http.client used by org.apache.http.client.protocol
AuthCache
          Abstract AuthScheme cache.
CookieStore
          This interface represents an abstract store for Cookie objects.
CredentialsProvider
          Abstract credentials provider that maintains a collection of user credentials.
 

Classes in org.apache.http.client used by org.apache.http.client.utils
HttpClient
          This interface represents only the most basic contract for HTTP request execution.
 

Classes in org.apache.http.client used by org.apache.http.impl.client
AuthCache
          Abstract AuthScheme cache.
AuthenticationHandler
          Deprecated. (4.2) use AuthenticationStrategy
AuthenticationStrategy
          /** A handler for determining if an HTTP response represents an authentication challenge that was sent back to the client as a result of authentication failure.
BackoffManager
          Represents a controller that dynamically adjusts the size of an available connection pool based on feedback from using the connections.
ClientProtocolException
          Signals an error in the HTTP protocol.
ConnectionBackoffStrategy
          When managing a dynamic number of connections for a given route, this strategy assesses whether a given request execution outcome should result in a backoff signal or not, based on either examining the Throwable that resulted or by examining the resulting response (e.g.
CookieStore
          This interface represents an abstract store for Cookie objects.
CredentialsProvider
          Abstract credentials provider that maintains a collection of user credentials.
HttpClient
          This interface represents only the most basic contract for HTTP request execution.
HttpRequestRetryHandler
          A handler for determining if an HttpRequest should be retried after a recoverable exception during execution.
HttpResponseException
          Signals a non 2xx HTTP response.
RedirectHandler
          Deprecated. (4.1) use RedirectStrategy
RedirectStrategy
          A strategy for determining if an HTTP request should be redirected to a new location in response to an HTTP response received from the target server.
RequestDirector
          Deprecated. (4.3) No longer used
ResponseHandler
          Handler that encapsulates the process of generating a response object from a HttpResponse.
ServiceUnavailableRetryStrategy
          Strategy interface that allows API users to plug in their own logic to control whether or not a retry should automatically be done, how many times it should be retried and so on.
UserTokenHandler
          A handler for determining if the given execution context is user specific or not.
 

Classes in org.apache.http.client used by org.apache.http.impl.execchain
AuthenticationStrategy
          /** A handler for determining if an HTTP response represents an authentication challenge that was sent back to the client as a result of authentication failure.
BackoffManager
          Represents a controller that dynamically adjusts the size of an available connection pool based on feedback from using the connections.
ConnectionBackoffStrategy
          When managing a dynamic number of connections for a given route, this strategy assesses whether a given request execution outcome should result in a backoff signal or not, based on either examining the Throwable that resulted or by examining the resulting response (e.g.
HttpRequestRetryHandler
          A handler for determining if an HttpRequest should be retried after a recoverable exception during execution.
RedirectStrategy
          A strategy for determining if an HTTP request should be redirected to a new location in response to an HTTP response received from the target server.
ServiceUnavailableRetryStrategy
          Strategy interface that allows API users to plug in their own logic to control whether or not a retry should automatically be done, how many times it should be retried and so on.
UserTokenHandler
          A handler for determining if the given execution context is user specific or not.
 



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