Class: QgsNetworkContentFetcher

class qgis.core.QgsNetworkContentFetcher

Bases: PyQt5.QtCore.QObject

Constructor for QgsNetworkContentFetcher.

HTTP network content fetcher. A simple method for fetching remote HTTP content and converting the content to standard formats. Url redirects are automatically handled.

Methods

cancel

Cancels any ongoing request.

childEvent

connectNotify

contentAsString

Returns the fetched content as a string

customEvent

disconnectNotify

fetchContent

Fetches content from a remote URL and handles redirects.

isSignalConnected

receivers

reply

Returns a reference to the network reply

sender

senderSignalIndex

timerEvent

wasCanceled

Returns True if the fetching was canceled.

Signals

downloadProgress

Emitted when data is received.

finished

Emitted when content has loaded [signal]

cancel(self)

Cancels any ongoing request.

New in version 3.2.

childEvent()
connectNotify()
contentAsString(self) → str

Returns the fetched content as a string

Return type

str

Returns

string containing network content

customEvent()
disconnectNotify()
downloadProgress

Emitted when data is received.

New in version 3.2: [signal]

Parameters
  • bytesReceived (int) –

  • bytesTotal (int) –

fetchContent(self, url: QUrl, authcfg: str = '')

Fetches content from a remote URL and handles redirects. The finished() signal will be emitted when content has been fetched.

Parameters
  • url (QUrl) – URL to fetch

  • authcfg (str = '') – optional authentication configuration

fetchContent(self, request: QNetworkRequest, authcfg: str = ‘’) Fetches content using a network request and handles redirects. The finished() signal will be emitted when content has been fetched.

Optionally, authentication configuration can be set via the authcfg argument.

New in version 3.2.

finished

Emitted when content has loaded [signal]

isSignalConnected()
receivers()
reply(self) → QNetworkReply

Returns a reference to the network reply

Return type

QNetworkReply

Returns

QNetworkReply for fetched URL content

sender()
senderSignalIndex()
timerEvent()
wasCanceled(self) → bool

Returns True if the fetching was canceled.

New in version 3.10.

Return type

bool