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[wasm] HttpClientHandler does not return the response status text. #10842

kjpou1 opened this issue Sep 27, 2018 · 0 comments · Fixed by #10847


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@kjpou1 kjpou1 commented Sep 27, 2018

The default WebAssembly WasmHttpMessageHandler does not allow the retrieval of the response text on all response statuses that are not defined as OK.

For Status Code = 403 which is a Forbidden response from the server, the response message is empty when accessing the ResponseMessage's Content.

kjpou1 added a commit to kjpou1/mono that referenced this issue Sep 27, 2018
…text if available when there is an http error.

resolves: mono#10842
akoeplinger added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 2, 2018
* Fix problem with HttpClientHandler not returning the response status text if available when there is an http error.

resolves: #10842

* Extend C# sample to include:

- Calling JavaScript functions from C#
- Calling C# functions from JavaScript.
- Referencing JavaScript objects
- Getting and Setting JavaScrip object properties.
- Invoking JavaScript object functions.
- Setting up the default HttpClientHandler
- Instantiating a default WasmHttpMessageHandler.
- Setting up HttpClient calls
- Parsing and testing the correct results returned from the HtppClient.
- Obtaining a byte array and string array from response.
- Obtaining a reference to a global script function defined in the .html file and calling it.
- Working with DOM objects using the SDK's WebAssembly.Bindings.dll

resolves: #7548

* Update sample usage docs
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