Common request headers
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Authorization
Any request to ColdStack must be authorized. Along with this heading Date, either a heading or a heading must be used x-amz-date. Read about the authorization methods in the corresponding sections of the manual.
Cache-Control
A set of directives for caching data according to RFC 2616 .
Content-​Disposition
The name under which Object Storage will offer to save the object as a file when unloading. RFC 2616 compliant .
Content-Encoding
Defines the encoding of the content according to RFC 2616 .
Content-Length
The length of the request body (without headers) in accordance with RFC 2616 . The header is required for all requests that transfer any data to Object Storage, for example, when loading an object.
Content-Type
The data type in the request. Eg text/html. For more information about data types, see the Wikipedia article List of MIME Types . Set by default binary/octet-stream.
Content-MD5
128-bit MD5 hash of the request body, encoded base64. Compliant with RFC 1864 specification . Object Storage uses a header to ensure that the data sent matches the received data.
Date
The date and time the request was sent. Format: Thu, 18 Jan 2018 09:57:35 GMT. When set x-amz-date, Object Storage ignores the header Date.
Expect
Expected code 100-continue. When loading data into Object Storage, an application can use the following logic: - Send a request without a body, but with the Expect: 100-continue header set. - Send a request with a body after receiving a response 100-continue. This request Expectshould not contain a header .
Expires
The expiration date of the answer. RFC 2616 compliant .
Host
The receiving host of the request. The header is required for HTTP / 1.1, but optional for HTTP / 1.0 requests.
x-amz-date
Date and time at the source of the request. Format: Thu, 18 Jan 2018 09:57:35 GMT. When set x-amz-date, Object Storage ignores the header Date.
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