BE_HTTP_PATCH

BE_HTTP_PATCH ( url ; parameters { ; username ; password } )

 

Does a http PATCH function and returns the results. This uses the curl library so output will be similar to that. This is used in conjunction with the BE_HTTP_Set_Custom_Header function to set custom headers in advance and the BE_HTTP_Response_Code and BE_HTTP_Response_Headers functions to get the result values after the POST is complete.

 

Version : 3.3

 

Parameters :

url : the url to send the data to.

parameters : The data to send to the url. This is a text string, which is a list of all of the parameters to send in name value pair format. Put an "=" between the name and value, and an ampersand "&" between each pair.  Use file=@path for external files.

username ( optional ) : username for HTTP authentication.  

password ( optional ) : password for HTTP authentication.

 

Use BE_Curl_Set_Option ( "CURLOPT_HTTPAUTH" ; type ) to set authentication types. 

Results : whatever response the service returns.  It could be empty so always check BE_HTTP_Response_Code for the expected code.

 

Examples :

BE_HTTP_PATCH ( $url ; "image=@/Users/nick/Desktop/test.jpg" )

BE_HTTP_PATCH (
"http://Fictional.Server.com/service.js" ; 
"{\"method\" : \"Workgroup.projects.listActive\", \"args\" : []}" ;
"Administrator" ;
"password123"
)

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