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TIdHTTPResponse Members

Members exposed by TIdHTTPResponse.

Constructor for the object instance. 
Resets response header properties to their default values. 
Resets properties to their default empty values. 
Frees the object instance. 
Frees the object instance. 
Represent the value for the HTTP Accept-Ranges header from an HTTP response. 
Specifies the HTTP Cache-Control general message header directives. 
Indicates that the connection will be closed after a response. 
Indicates transformations applied to the content of an entity. 
Identifies the preferred language for the contents of an entity. 
Indicates the size of an entity body. 
Identifies the upper byte range in a partial request. 
Represents the entity size for a content range request. 
Identifies the beginning byte range in a partial request. 
Contains the streamed content for the HTTP response. 
Indicates the type, subtype, and attribute parameters for data in an entity body. 
Identifies the version tag associated with a server resource. 
Represents custom headers names and values for the HTTP message. 
Indicates the origin date and time for an HTTP message. 
Represents the timestamp when an entity is considered stale. 
Indicates if a value has been assigned to ContentLength in the entity headers. 
Indicates if the client connection should be maintained during request/ response protocol exchanges. 
Indicates the date and time a server resource was modified. 
Redirects the user agent to a new location for a requested resource. 
Represents HTTP server directives in a client request. 
Represents Proxy Authentication headers and values for a connection. 
Indicates the action to perform for a proxied connection after an HTTP response. 
Contains message header names and values in their original form. 
Indicates the numeric response code in an HTTP response. 
Represents the textual messages received in an HTTP response. 
HTTP version used and supported in the HTTP response. 
Identifies the software used on the server. 
Identifies authentication schemes and parameters for a server realm. 
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