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/* WebDAV 207 multi-status response handling Copyright © 1999-2006, Joe Orton joe@manyfish.co.uk

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Library General Public License for more details.

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ifndef NE_207_H

define NE_207_H

include “ne_xml.h”

include “ne_request.h” / for ne_request /

include “ne_uri.h” / for ne_uri /


/ The defined state integer for the ‘{DAV:}prop’ element. /

define NE_207_STATE_PROP (50)

/ This interface reserves the state integers ‘x’ where 0 < x < 100 /

define NE_207_STATE_TOP (100)

/ Handling of 207 multistatus XML documents. A “multistatus” * document is made up of a set of responses, each concerned with a * particular resource. Each response may have an associated result * status and failure description. A response is made up of a set of * propstats, each of which again may have an associated result status * and failure description. /

/ Start and end response callbacks trigger at the start and end of * each “response” within the multistatus body. ‘uri’ gives the URI * of the resource which is subject of this response. The return * value of a ‘start_response’ callback is passed as the ‘response’ * parameter to the corresponding ‘end_response’ parameter. / typedef void ne_207_start_response(void userdata, const ne_uri uri); typedef void ne_207_end_response(void userdata, void response, const ne_status status, const char *description);

/ Similarly, start and end callbacks for each propstat within the * response. The return value of the ‘start_response’ callback for * the response in which this propstat is contains is passed as the * ‘response’ parameter. The return value of each ‘start_propstat’ is * passed as the ‘propstat’ parameter' to the corresponding * ‘end_propstat’ callback. If the start_propstat callback returns * NULL, parsing is aborted (the XML parser error must be set by the * callback). / typedef void ne_207_start_propstat(void userdata, void response); typedef void ne_207_end_propstat(void userdata, void propstat, const ne_status status, const char *description);

typedef struct ne_207_parser_s ne_207_parser;

/ Create 207 parser an add the handlers the the given parser’s * handler stack. URI references in the 207 response will be resolved * relative to the base URI ‘base’. / ne_207_parser ne_207_create(ne_xml_parser parser, const ne_uri base, void userdata);

/ Register response handling callbacks. / void ne_207_set_response_handlers(ne_207_parser p, ne_207_start_response start, ne_207_end_response *end);

/ Register propstat handling callbacks. / void ne_207_set_propstat_handlers(ne_207_parser p, ne_207_start_propstat start, ne_207_end_propstat *end);

/ Destroy the parser / void ne_207_destroy(ne_207_parser *p);

/ An acceptance function which only accepts 207 responses / int ne_accept_207(void userdata, ne_request req, const ne_status *status);

void ne_207_get_current_propstat(ne_207_parser p); void ne_207_get_current_response(ne_207_parser p);

/ Dispatch request ‘req’, returning: * NE_ERROR: for a dispatch error, or a non-2xx response, or a * 207 response which contained a non-2xx propstat * NE_OK: for a 2xx response or a 207 response which contained * only 2xx-class propstats. * The request object is destroyed in both cases. / int ne_simple_request(ne_session sess, ne_request req);


endif / NE_207_H /