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HTTP-EQUIV

HTTP-EQUIV element

Obsolete. Supplies information that can also be provided through HTTP response headers.

Usage

<HTTP-EQUIV
  NAME = "headerparam"
  VALUE = "text"/>

Attributes

AttributeTypeRequiredDescription

NAME

headerparam

Yes

String value name of the HTTP header parameter sent with the log file, such as "Encoding-Type."

VALUE

text

Yes

String value of the corresponding parameter.

Child elements

There are no child elements.

Parent elements

Element

LOGTARGET

Remarks

Windows Internet Explorer 7. The Channel Definition Format (CDF) is obsolete and should not be used.

In the context of sending files over the HTTP protocol through the LOGTARGET element, it indicates that an HTTP header parameter based on the information in this tag should be added.

Examples

The following example shows how to send a compressed log file back to the server.


<LOGTARGET HREF="http://sample.microsoft.com/logging/" METHOD="POST">
	<HTTP-EQUIV NAME="encoding-type" VALUE="gzip" /> 
</LOGTARGET>

Element information

Minimum supported system

Windows XP
Can be emptyYes

 

 

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