Community articleReceiving response headers
Added by IBM contributorIBM on October 2, 2013
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Requests return headers as part of the response.

The following tables list response header values for Domino Access Services.


Table 1. Response header values for DELETE requests

Name Value
Status Code 200 OK or an error code
Server Lotus-Domino
Date Current date and time
Connection close


Table 2. Response header values for GET requests

Name Value
Status Code 200 OK or an error code
Server Lotus-Domino
Date Current date and time in RFC 1123 time format, for example, Wed, 08 Feb 2012 18:48:16 GMT
Content-Encoding gzip
Vary Accept-Encoding
Content-Range Range and number of items in the response, if applicable, for example, items 1-3/7, Content-Range: 50-99
Content-Type Specifies how the returned information is represented. For example, application/json, text/calendar, etc.
Last-Modified Date and time when the document was last modified in RFC 1123 time format, for example, Tue, 23 Aug 2011 21:35:18 GMT
Content-Length Length of the response body in bytes


Table 3. Response header values for POST requests

Name Value
Status Code 201 Created or an error code
Server Lotus-Domino
Date Current date and time
Connection close
Location URL of the document


Table 4. Response header values for PUT requests

Name Value
Status Code 200 OK or an error code
Server Lotus-Domino
Date Current date and time
Connection close


Parent topic: Accessing IBM Domino Access Services