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HttpWebRequest.Pipelined Property

Gets or sets a value that indicates whether to pipeline the request to the Internet resource.

Namespace: System.Net
Assembly: System (in system.dll)

public bool Pipelined { get; set; }
/** @property */
public boolean get_Pipelined ()

/** @property */
public void set_Pipelined (boolean value)

public function get Pipelined () : boolean

public function set Pipelined (value : boolean)

Not applicable.

Property Value

true if the request should be pipelined; otherwise, false. The default is true.

An application uses the Pipelined property to indicate a preference for pipelined connections. When Pipelined is true, an application makes pipelined connections to the servers that support them.

Pipelined connections are made only when the KeepAlive property is also true.

The following code example prints the value of the Pipelined property to the console.

// Create a 'HttpWebRequest' object.
HttpWebRequest    myHttpWebRequest=(HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(myUri);
// Assign the response object of 'HttpWebRequest' to a 'HttpWebResponse' variable.
HttpWebResponse myHttpWebResponse=(HttpWebResponse)myHttpWebRequest.GetResponse();
// Display the contents of the page to the console.
Stream streamResponse=myHttpWebResponse.GetResponseStream();
StreamReader streamRead = new StreamReader( streamResponse );
Char[] readBuffer = new Char[256];
int count = streamRead.Read( readBuffer, 0, 256 );
Console.WriteLine("\nThe contents of HTML page are.......");    
while (count > 0) 
{
    String outputData = new String(readBuffer, 0, count);
    Console.Write(outputData);
    count = streamRead.Read(readBuffer, 0, 256);
}
Console.WriteLine("\nHTTP Request  Headers :\n\n{0}",myHttpWebRequest.Headers);
Console.WriteLine("\nHTTP Response Headers :\n\n{0}",myHttpWebResponse.Headers);
streamRead.Close();
streamResponse.Close();
// Release the response object resources.
myHttpWebResponse.Close();
Console.WriteLine("\n'Pipelined' property is:{0}",myHttpWebRequest.Pipelined);    
Console.WriteLine("\nPress 'Enter' Key to Continue......");
Console.Read();    

// Create a 'HttpWebRequest' object.
HttpWebRequest myHttpWebRequest = (HttpWebRequest)
    WebRequest.Create(myUri);

// Assign the response object of 'HttpWebRequest' to a 
// 'HttpWebResponse' variable.
HttpWebResponse myHttpWebResponse = (HttpWebResponse)
    myHttpWebRequest.GetResponse();
// Display the contents of the page to the console.
Stream streamResponse = myHttpWebResponse.GetResponseStream();
StreamReader streamRead = new StreamReader(streamResponse);
char readBuffer[] = new char[256];
int count = streamRead.Read(readBuffer, 0, 256);

Console.WriteLine("\nThe contents of HTML page are.......");
while (count > 0) {
    String outputData = new String(readBuffer, 0, count);
    Console.Write(outputData);
    count = streamRead.Read(readBuffer, 0, 256);
}

Console.WriteLine("\nHTTP Request  Headers :\n\n{0}", 
    myHttpWebRequest.get_Headers());
Console.WriteLine("\nHTTP Response Headers :\n\n{0}", 
    myHttpWebResponse.get_Headers());
streamRead.Close();
streamResponse.Close();

// Release the response object resources.
myHttpWebResponse.Close();
Console.WriteLine("\n'Pipelined' property is:{0}", 
    System.Convert.ToString(myHttpWebRequest.get_Pipelined()));
Console.WriteLine("\nPress 'Enter' Key to Continue......");
Console.Read();

Windows 98, Windows Server 2000 SP4, Windows CE, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, Windows Mobile for Smartphone, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition

The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is supported on Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, and Windows Server 2003 SP1.

.NET Framework

Supported in: 3.0, 2.0, 1.1, 1.0

.NET Compact Framework

Supported in: 2.0, 1.0

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