How to Add http head while downloading files by OEE
|User||12/17/2014 11:01 pm|
I'm using OEE 6.8 to dl some files. And the files cannot be dl'ed if you won't add proper http head message to the requiring.
But I don't know how to add http head message while using OEE, Can anybody help me out with it?
|Oleg Chernavin||12/18/2014 04:37 am|
|What exactly should be added?
|User||12/18/2014 09:11 am|
|Some messages like that in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HTTP_header_fields
|Oleg Chernavin||12/21/2014 04:48 pm|
|I added this ability. Please install the new version:
The Project's URLs field now supports new lines like:
HTTPHeader=MyHeader: My Value
You may supply as many lines as you need.
|User||12/23/2014 08:07 pm|
|Thank you for the great improvement.
And the other question is that every file has different head message, how can I do with the OEE.
|Oleg Chernavin||12/24/2014 09:51 am|
|Can you give me more details on that? I don't have ideas on that now without knowing the specifics. Maybe there is some better way.
|User||12/24/2014 06:56 pm|
|Thanks for your reply.
The thing is as the following:
I want to download some files with URLs like
All of the files could not be downloaded unless httpheader added to the urls, but different file has different httpheader value.
001.dat --> httpheader=RANDOM: 049a <--(H1)
002.dat --> httpheader=RANDOM: 15f3 <--(H2)
003.dat --> httpheader=RANDOM: a29c <--(H3)
H1!=H2!=H30 allow me to write it like that:(
Allthough Hi(1-30) are different, but I've got a function which can calculate the Hi.
So How can I use the oe to download such files?
I hope I could express well than I did :)
|Oleg Chernavin||12/24/2014 06:57 pm|
|So far, you can only manually create the Projects (1 per URL) and specify the URL/POST request in each of them.
Or use command line parameters to add Projects if you have a program that generates these pairs.