Friday, May 29, 2009

ICM Classes and Interfaces for the Server Role


For successful HTTP communication, you require an HTTP request handler in the server. The HTTP request handler (class CL_HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLER in the UML diagram) implements the interface IF_HTTP_EXTENSION.


Using the classes and interfaces described here, you can develop your own HTTP request handler.


Remember, though, that SAP provides you with a range of HTTP request handlers that meet the most common requirements. You can also adapt these standard handlers for your own specific needs.

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Before programming an HTTP request handler of your own, check if a ready-made SAP solution already exists.


The HTTP request handler (CL_HTTP_REQUEST_HANDLER) uses the interface of the interface IF_HTTP_UTILITY. You can use any of the methods specified here. The HTTP request handler then implements the interface IF_HTTP_EXTENSION, which uses the interface of the interface IF_HTTP_SERVER. The interface IF_HTTP_SERVER is the aggregation of the interfaces IF_HTTP_REQUEST (access to the request attribute) and IF_HTTP_RESPONSE (access to the response attribute). The interfaces IF_HTTP_REQUEST and IF_HTTP_RESPONSE are derived from the interface IF_HTTP_ENTITY.

The UML diagram below shows the design of the various interfaces and their relationships to one another.

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