Class: QgsNetworkReplyContent

class qgis.core.QgsNetworkReplyContent

Bases: sip.wrapper

Default constructor for an empty reply.

QgsNetworkReplyContent(reply: QNetworkReply) Constructor for QgsNetworkReplyContent, populated from the specified reply.

QgsNetworkReplyContent(QgsNetworkReplyContent)

Encapsulates a network reply within a container which is inexpensive to copy and safe to pass between threads.

New in version 3.6: Methods

attribute Returns the attribute associated with the code.
clear Clears the reply, resetting it back to a default, empty reply.
content Returns the reply content.
error Returns the reply’s error message, or QNetworkReply.NoError if no error was encountered.
errorString Returns the error text for the reply, or an empty string if no error was encountered.
hasRawHeader Returns true if the reply contains a header with the specified headerName.
rawHeader Returns the content of the header with the specified headerName, or an empty QByteArray if the specified header was not found in the reply.
rawHeaderList Returns a list of raw header names contained within the reply.
request Returns the original network request.
requestId Returns the unique ID identifying the original request which this response was formed from.
setContent Sets the reply content.

Signals

Attributes

attribute(self, code: QNetworkRequest.Attribute) → Any

Returns the attribute associated with the code. If the attribute has not been set, it returns an invalid QVariant.

You can expect the default values listed in QNetworkRequest.Attribute to be applied to the values returned by this function.

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attributes()

clear(self)

Clears the reply, resetting it back to a default, empty reply.

content(self) → QByteArray

Returns the reply content. This is not available by default, as reading network reply content can only be done once.

Blocking network requests (see QgsBlockingNetworkRequest) will automatically populate this content.

See also

setContent()

error(self) → QNetworkReply.NetworkError

Returns the reply’s error message, or QNetworkReply.NoError if no error was encountered.

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errorString()

errorString(self) → str

Returns the error text for the reply, or an empty string if no error was encountered.

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error()

hasRawHeader(self, headerName: Union[QByteArray, bytes, bytearray]) → bool

Returns true if the reply contains a header with the specified headerName.

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rawHeaderPairs()

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rawHeaderList()

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rawHeader()

rawHeader(self, headerName: Union[QByteArray, bytes, bytearray]) → QByteArray

Returns the content of the header with the specified headerName, or an empty QByteArray if the specified header was not found in the reply.

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rawHeaderPairs()

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hasRawHeader()

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rawHeaderList()

rawHeaderList(self) → List[QByteArray]

Returns a list of raw header names contained within the reply.

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rawHeaderPairs()

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hasRawHeader()

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rawHeader()

request(self) → QNetworkRequest

Returns the original network request.

requestId(self) → int

Returns the unique ID identifying the original request which this response was formed from.

setContent(self, content: Union[QByteArray, bytes, bytearray])

Sets the reply content. This is not done by default, as reading network reply content can only be done once.

See also

content()