The HttpRequest object represents a HTTP request which can be sent to a server at a given URL (url). All common methods (GET, PUT, POST, DELETE) are supported. The HTTP headers can be defined through the headers property. When transferring data to the server the HttpContent object in the content property needs to be prepared accordingly. The received response (headers, status code and data) is accessible through the response property.

› Inherits:Object



This property holds whether the HTTP client is allowed to use HTTP pipelining with this request.

› Type:Boolean
› Default:false
› Signal:allowPipeliningChanged()
› Attributes:Writable


This property holds the content which to send to the server (PUT/POST requests only). If headers does not contain a HttpHeader object with HttpHeader.type = HttpHeader.ContentType the request will be sent with an additional content type header with an automatically determined value depending on HttpContent.type.

› Type:HttpContent
› Signal:contentChanged()
› Attributes:Writable


This property holds the most recently occurred error or HttpRequest.NoError if no error occurred. If the same error occurs multiple times this property does not change. Use the errorOccurred() signal to detect multiple occurrences of the same error.

› Type:Error
› Signal:errorChanged()
› Attributes:Readonly


This property holds the current human readable error string corresponding to the current value in the error property. It may include additional information such as failure reasons or locations.

› Type:String
› Signal:errorStringChanged()
› Attributes:Readonly


This property holds whether the HTTP client should automatically follow a HTTP redirect response or not. Currently redirects that are insecure, that is redirecting from “https” to “http” protocol, are not allowed.

› Type:Boolean
› Default:false
› Signal:followRedirectsChanged()
› Attributes:Writable


This property holds a list of header objects to use when sending a HTTP request.

› Type:List<HttpHeader>
› Signal:headersChanged()
› Attributes:Readonly


This property holds the last received response for a request sent through this object.

› Type:HttpResponse
› Signal:responseChanged()
› Attributes:Readonly


This property holds the URL which to send a request for.

› Type:String
› Signal:urlChanged()
› Attributes:Writable



This method sends a HTTP request with the DELETE method to the server. It’s mainly used for deleting resources at the given URL.

See RFC2616 Section 9.7 for details.


This method sends a HTTP request with the GET method to the server. It’s mainly used for downloading resources at the given URL.

See RFC2616 Section 9.3 for details.


This method sends a HTTP request with the POST method to the server. It’s mainly used for annotation of existing resources, providing a block of data, such as the result of submitting a form, to a data-handling process or extending a database through an append operation.

See RFC2616 Section 9.5 for details.


This method sends a HTTP request with the PUT method to the server. It’s mainly used for storing resources under the given URL.

See RFC2616 Section 9.6 for details.



This signal is emitted whenever an error has occurred, regardless of whether the error property has changed or not. In contrast to the change notification signal of the error property this signal is also emitted several times if a certain error occurs several times in succession.

headersDataChanged(SignedInteger index)

This signal is emitted whenever the List.dataChanged() signal is emitted, i.e. the item at index in the headers list itself emitted the dataChanged() signal.


This signal is emitted when a response is received for a request represented by this object. It’s identical to the HttpResponse.received() signal but provided for convenience.



This enumeration describes all errors which can occur in HttpRequest objects. The most recently occurred error is stored in the error property.

Name Value Description
HttpRequest.NoError 0 No error occurred or was detected.
HttpRequest.ConnectionRefusedError 1 The remote server refused the connection (the server is not accepting requests).
HttpRequest.RemoteHostClosedError 2 The remote server closed the connection prematurely, before the entire response was received and processed.
HttpRequest.HostNotFoundError 3 The remote host name was not found (invalid hostname).
HttpRequest.TimeoutError 4 The connection to the remote server timed out.
HttpRequest.OperationCanceledError 5 The operation was canceled before it was finished.
HttpRequest.SslHandshakeFailedError 6 The SSL/TLS handshake failed and the encrypted channel could not be established.
HttpRequest.TemporaryNetworkFailureError 7 The connection was broken due to disconnection from the network, however the system has initiated roaming to another access point. The request should be resubmitted and will be processed as soon as the connection is re-established.
HttpRequest.NetworkSessionFailedError 8 The connection was broken due to disconnection from the network or failure to start the network.
HttpRequest.BackgroundRequestNotAllowedError 9 The background request is not currently allowed due to platform policy.
HttpRequest.TooManyRedirectsError 10 While following redirects, the maximum limit was reached. The limit is by default set to 50.
HttpRequest.InsecureRedirectError 11 while following redirects, the HTTP client detected a redirect from a encrypted protocol (https) to an unencrypted.
HttpRequest.UnknownNetworkError 99 An unknown network-related error was detected.
HttpRequest.ProxyConnectionRefusedError 101 The connection to the proxy server was refused (the proxy server is not accepting requests).
HttpRequest.ProxyConnectionClosedError 102 The proxy server closed the connection prematurely, before the entire response was received and processed.
HttpRequest.ProxyNotFoundError 103 The proxy host name was not found (invalid proxy hostname).
HttpRequest.ProxyTimeoutError 104 The connection to the proxy timed out or the proxy did not reply in time to the request sent.
HttpRequest.ProxyAuthenticationRequiredError 105 The proxy requires authentication in order to honour the request but did not accept any credentials offered (if any).
HttpRequest.UnknownProxyError 199 An unknown proxy-related error was detected.
HttpRequest.ContentAccessDenied 201 The access to the remote content was denied (similar to HTTP error 403).
HttpRequest.ContentOperationNotPermittedError 202 The operation requested on the remote content is not permitted.
HttpRequest.ContentNotFoundError 203 The remote content was not found at the server (similar to HTTP error 404).
HttpRequest.AuthenticationRequiredError 204 The remote server requires authentication to serve the content but the credentials provided were not accepted (if any).
HttpRequest.ContentReSendError 205 The request needed to be sent again, but this failed for example because the upload data could not be read a second time.
HttpRequest.ContentConflictError 206 The request could not be completed due to a conflict with the current state of the resource.
HttpRequest.ContentGoneError 207 The requested resource is no longer available at the server.
HttpRequest.UnknownContentError 299 An unknown error related to the remote content was detected.
HttpRequest.ProtocolUnknownError 301 The HTTP client cannot honor the request because the protocol is not known.
HttpRequest.ProtocolInvalidOperationError 302 The requested operation is invalid for this protocol.
HttpRequest.ProtocolFailure 399 A breakdown in protocol was detected (parsing error, invalid or unexpected responses, etc.).
HttpRequest.InternalServerError 401 The server encountered an unexpected condition which prevented it from fulfilling the request.
HttpRequest.OperationNotImplementedError 402 The server does not support the functionality required to fulfill the request.
HttpRequest.ServiceUnavailableError 403 The server is unable to handle the request at this time.
HttpRequest.UnknownServerError 499 An unknown error related to the server response was detected.


import InCore.Foundation 2.5
import InCore.Http 2.5

Application {

    HttpRequest {
        id: simpleRequest
        url: ""
        onResponseReceived: console.log("Response for GET:", response.statusCode,

    HttpRequest {
        id: postTest
        url: ""
        content: HttpContent {
            type: HttpContent.PlainText
            data: "InCore.Http POST Example"
        onResponseReceived: console.log("Response for POST:", response.statusCode,["data"])

    HttpRequest {
        id: putTest
        url: ""
        content: HttpContent {
            type: HttpContent.PlainText
            data: "InCore.Http PUT Example"
        response.autoDetectDataTypeFromContentType: false
        onResponseReceived: console.log("Response for PUT:", response.statusCode,

    onCompleted: {