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<?php
namespace GuzzleHttp;
/**
* This class contains a list of built-in Guzzle request options.
*
* More documentation for each option can be found at http://guzzlephp.org/.
*
* @link http://docs.guzzlephp.org/en/v6/request-options.html
*/
final class RequestOptions
{
/**
* allow_redirects: (bool|array) Controls redirect behavior. Pass false
* to disable redirects, pass true to enable redirects, pass an
* associative to provide custom redirect settings. Defaults to "false".
* This option only works if your handler has the RedirectMiddleware. When
* passing an associative array, you can provide the following key value
* pairs:
*
* - max: (int, default=5) maximum number of allowed redirects.
* - strict: (bool, default=false) Set to true to use strict redirects
* meaning redirect POST requests with POST requests vs. doing what most
* browsers do which is redirect POST requests with GET requests
* - referer: (bool, default=true) Set to false to disable the Referer
* header.
* - protocols: (array, default=['http', 'https']) Allowed redirect
* protocols.
* - on_redirect: (callable) PHP callable that is invoked when a redirect
* is encountered. The callable is invoked with the request, the redirect
* response that was received, and the effective URI. Any return value
* from the on_redirect function is ignored.
*/
const ALLOW_REDIRECTS = 'allow_redirects';
/**
* auth: (array) Pass an array of HTTP authentication parameters to use
* with the request. The array must contain the username in index [0],
* the password in index [1], and you can optionally provide a built-in
* authentication type in index [2]. Pass null to disable authentication
* for a request.
*/
const AUTH = 'auth';
/**
* body: (resource|string|null|int|float|StreamInterface|callable|\Iterator)
* Body to send in the request.
*/
const BODY = 'body';
/**
* cert: (string|array) Set to a string to specify the path to a file
* containing a PEM formatted SSL client side certificate. If a password
* is required, then set cert to an array containing the path to the PEM
* file in the first array element followed by the certificate password
* in the second array element.
*/
const CERT = 'cert';
/**
* cookies: (bool|GuzzleHttp\Cookie\CookieJarInterface, default=false)
* Specifies whether or not cookies are used in a request or what cookie
* jar to use or what cookies to send. This option only works if your
* handler has the `cookie` middleware. Valid values are `false` and
* an instance of {@see GuzzleHttp\Cookie\CookieJarInterface}.
*/
const COOKIES = 'cookies';
/**
* connect_timeout: (float, default=0) Float describing the number of
* seconds to wait while trying to connect to a server. Use 0 to wait
* indefinitely (the default behavior).
*/
const CONNECT_TIMEOUT = 'connect_timeout';
/**
* debug: (bool|resource) Set to true or set to a PHP stream returned by
* fopen() enable debug output with the HTTP handler used to send a
* request.
*/
const DEBUG = 'debug';
/**
* decode_content: (bool, default=true) Specify whether or not
* Content-Encoding responses (gzip, deflate, etc.) are automatically
* decoded.
*/
const DECODE_CONTENT = 'decode_content';
/**
* delay: (int) The amount of time to delay before sending in milliseconds.
*/
const DELAY = 'delay';
/**
* expect: (bool|integer) Controls the behavior of the
* "Expect: 100-Continue" header.
*
* Set to `true` to enable the "Expect: 100-Continue" header for all
* requests that sends a body. Set to `false` to disable the
* "Expect: 100-Continue" header for all requests. Set to a number so that
* the size of the payload must be greater than the number in order to send
* the Expect header. Setting to a number will send the Expect header for
* all requests in which the size of the payload cannot be determined or
* where the body is not rewindable.
*
* By default, Guzzle will add the "Expect: 100-Continue" header when the
* size of the body of a request is greater than 1 MB and a request is
* using HTTP/1.1.
*/
const EXPECT = 'expect';
/**
* form_params: (array) Associative array of form field names to values
* where each value is a string or array of strings. Sets the Content-Type
* header to application/x-www-form-urlencoded when no Content-Type header
* is already present.
*/
const FORM_PARAMS = 'form_params';
/**
* headers: (array) Associative array of HTTP headers. Each value MUST be
* a string or array of strings.
*/
const HEADERS = 'headers';
/**
* http_errors: (bool, default=true) Set to false to disable exceptions
* when a non- successful HTTP response is received. By default,
* exceptions will be thrown for 4xx and 5xx responses. This option only
* works if your handler has the `httpErrors` middleware.
*/
const HTTP_ERRORS = 'http_errors';
/**
* json: (mixed) Adds JSON data to a request. The provided value is JSON
* encoded and a Content-Type header of application/json will be added to
* the request if no Content-Type header is already present.
*/
const JSON = 'json';
/**
* multipart: (array) Array of associative arrays, each containing a
* required "name" key mapping to the form field, name, a required
* "contents" key mapping to a StreamInterface|resource|string, an
* optional "headers" associative array of custom headers, and an
* optional "filename" key mapping to a string to send as the filename in
* the part. If no "filename" key is present, then no "filename" attribute
* will be added to the part.
*/
const MULTIPART = 'multipart';
/**
* on_headers: (callable) A callable that is invoked when the HTTP headers
* of the response have been received but the body has not yet begun to
* download.
*/
const ON_HEADERS = 'on_headers';
/**
* on_stats: (callable) allows you to get access to transfer statistics of
* a request and access the lower level transfer details of the handler
* associated with your client. ``on_stats`` is a callable that is invoked
* when a handler has finished sending a request. The callback is invoked
* with transfer statistics about the request, the response received, or
* the error encountered. Included in the data is the total amount of time
* taken to send the request.
*/
const ON_STATS = 'on_stats';
/**
* progress: (callable) Defines a function to invoke when transfer
* progress is made. The function accepts the following positional
* arguments: the total number of bytes expected to be downloaded, the
* number of bytes downloaded so far, the number of bytes expected to be
* uploaded, the number of bytes uploaded so far.
*/
const PROGRESS = 'progress';
/**
* proxy: (string|array) Pass a string to specify an HTTP proxy, or an
* array to specify different proxies for different protocols (where the
* key is the protocol and the value is a proxy string).
*/
const PROXY = 'proxy';
/**
* query: (array|string) Associative array of query string values to add
* to the request. This option uses PHP's http_build_query() to create
* the string representation. Pass a string value if you need more
* control than what this method provides
*/
const QUERY = 'query';
/**
* sink: (resource|string|StreamInterface) Where the data of the
* response is written to. Defaults to a PHP temp stream. Providing a
* string will write data to a file by the given name.
*/
const SINK = 'sink';
/**
* synchronous: (bool) Set to true to inform HTTP handlers that you intend
* on waiting on the response. This can be useful for optimizations. Note
* that a promise is still returned if you are using one of the async
* client methods.
*/
const SYNCHRONOUS = 'synchronous';
/**
* ssl_key: (array|string) Specify the path to a file containing a private
* SSL key in PEM format. If a password is required, then set to an array
* containing the path to the SSL key in the first array element followed
* by the password required for the certificate in the second element.
*/
const SSL_KEY = 'ssl_key';
/**
* stream: Set to true to attempt to stream a response rather than
* download it all up-front.
*/
const STREAM = 'stream';
/**
* verify: (bool|string, default=true) Describes the SSL certificate
* verification behavior of a request. Set to true to enable SSL
* certificate verification using the system CA bundle when available
* (the default). Set to false to disable certificate verification (this
* is insecure!). Set to a string to provide the path to a CA bundle on
* disk to enable verification using a custom certificate.
*/
const VERIFY = 'verify';
/**
* timeout: (float, default=0) Float describing the timeout of the
* request in seconds. Use 0 to wait indefinitely (the default behavior).
*/
const TIMEOUT = 'timeout';
/**
* read_timeout: (float, default=default_socket_timeout ini setting) Float describing
* the body read timeout, for stream requests.
*/
const READ_TIMEOUT = 'read_timeout';
/**
* version: (float) Specifies the HTTP protocol version to attempt to use.
*/
const VERSION = 'version';
/**
* force_ip_resolve: (bool) Force client to use only ipv4 or ipv6 protocol
*/
const FORCE_IP_RESOLVE = 'force_ip_resolve';
}