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Using Internet Utility Classes
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Preface : 
 
Chapter 1: 
 
1.1 Introduction to HTTP Requests
1.2 Specifying HTTP Request Properties
1.3 Setting and Getting HTTP Headers
1.4 Managing Keep-alive Behavior
1.5 Handling HTTP Request Parameters
1.6 Including a Request Body
1.7 Sending Form Data
       1.7.1 Example 1
       1.7.2 Example 2
1.8 Inserting, Listing, and Deleting Cookies
1.9 Sending the HTTP Request
1.10 Creating and Sending Multipart POST Requests
1.11 Accessing the HTTP Response
Chapter 2: 
 
2.1 Supported Email Protocols
2.2 How InterSystems IRIS Represents MIME Email Messages
2.3 Creating Single-part Email Messages
2.4 Creating Multipart Email Messages
2.5 Specifying Email Message Headers
2.6 Adding Attachments to a Message
2.7 Using an SMTP Server to Send Email
2.8 Fetching Email from a POP3 Server
2.9 Working with a Received Email Message
2.10 Automatic Encoding and Character Translation
       2.10.1 Outgoing Email
       2.10.2 Incoming Email
Chapter 3: 
 
3.1 An Overview of MIME Messages
3.2 Creating MIME Parts
3.3 Writing MIME Messages
3.4 Reading MIME Messages
Chapter 4: 
 
4.1 Establishing an FTP Session
4.2 FTP File and System Methods
4.3 Using a Linked Stream to Upload Large Files
4.4 Customizing Callbacks Issued by the FTP Server
Chapter 5: 
 
5.1 Using the InterSystems IRIS Interface to IBM WebSphere MQ
5.2 Creating a Connection Object
5.3 Specifying the Character Set (CCSID)
5.4 Specifying Other Message Options
5.5 Sending Messages
5.6 Retrieving Messages
5.7 Updating Message Information
5.8 Troubleshooting
Chapter 6: 
 
6.1 Creating an SSH Session
6.2 Example: Transferring Files via SFTP
6.3 Additional Examples
Chapter 7: