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Referrer nor #248

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wonderfly opened this issue Jan 9, 2015 · 0 comments
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Referrer nor #248

wonderfly opened this issue Jan 9, 2015 · 0 comments
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wonderfly commented Jan 9, 2015

From paul@hammant.org on September 22, 2013 10:58:58

Version of google-http-java-client (e.g. 1.15.0-rc)? 1.16.0-rc Java environment (e.g. Java 6, Android 2.3, App Engine)? JSDK 1.6 Describe the problem. There's no "Referer" header - I'm pretty sure. How would you expect it to be fixed? add the following - req.getHeaders().setReferer(String)

Also, I'm not sure that all the headers are passed to the low-level request. Something added to the listener to be allow inspection of the full and final payload (for POST at least) would be handy.

Lastly is it Referer or Referrer in the HTTP spec???

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/google-http-java-client/issues/detail?id=248

@wonderfly wonderfly added type: bug Error or flaw in code with unintended results or allowing sub-optimal usage patterns. imported priority: p2 Moderately-important priority. Fix may not be included in next release. labels Jan 9, 2015
@wonderfly wonderfly self-assigned this Jan 9, 2015
@wonderfly wonderfly removed their assignment May 20, 2016
@JustinBeckwith JustinBeckwith added type: feature request ‘Nice-to-have’ improvement, new feature or different behavior or design. and removed 1 star priority: p2 Moderately-important priority. Fix may not be included in next release. type: bug Error or flaw in code with unintended results or allowing sub-optimal usage patterns. labels Jun 6, 2018
@JustinBeckwith JustinBeckwith self-assigned this Feb 1, 2021
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