Interface that specifies interactions between WCF Data Services and its hosting environment.
Assembly: System.Data.Services (in System.Data.Services.dll)
Thetype exposes the following members.
|AbsoluteRequestUri||Gets an absolute URI that is the URI as sent by the client.|
|AbsoluteServiceUri||Gets an absolute URI that is the root URI of the data service.|
|RequestAccept||The transport protocol specified by the request accept header.|
|RequestAcceptCharSet||Gets a string representing the value of the Accept-Charset HTTP header.|
|RequestContentType||Gets the transport protocol specified by the content type header.|
|RequestHttpMethod||Gets the request method of GET, PUT, POST, or DELETE.|
|RequestIfMatch||Gets the value for the If-Match header on the current request.|
|RequestIfNoneMatch||Gets the value for the If-None-Match header on the current request.|
|RequestMaxVersion||Gets the value that identifies the highest version that the request client is able to process.|
|RequestStream||Gets the stream that contains the HTTP request body.|
|RequestVersion||Gets the value that identifies the version of the request that the client submitted, possibly null.|
|ResponseCacheControl||Gets a string value that represents cache control information.|
|ResponseContentType||Gets the transport protocol of the response.|
|ResponseETag||Gets an eTag value that represents the state of data in response.|
|ResponseLocation||Gets or sets the service location.|
|ResponseStatusCode||Gets or sets the response code that indicates results of query.|
|ResponseStream||Gets the response stream to which the HTTP response body will be written.|
|ResponseVersion||Gets the version used by the host in the response.|
Each component that hosts WCF Data Services, such as Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) must implement this interface. is the contract between WCF Data Services and its hosting environment. This abstraction allows the WCF Data Services runtime to be agnostic to any particular hosting environment. The interface provides WCF Data Services with access to inbound HTTP requests. A new object implementing this interface is instantiated for each HTTP request and is then used to inspect properties of the HTTP request and configure the HTTP response.