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http_client.plto send the POST data to the server. Data is one of:
html(+Tokens)Result of html//1 from
xml(+Term)Post the result of xml_write/3 using the Mime-type
xml(+Type, +Term)Post the result of xml_write/3 using the given Mime-type and an empty option list to xml_write/3.
xml(+Type, +Term, +Options)Post the result of xml_write/3 using the given Mime-type and option list for xml_write/3.
file(+File)Send contents of a file. Mime-type is determined by file_mime_type/2.
file(+Type, +File)Send file with content of indicated mime-type.
memory_file(+Type, +Handle)Similar to
file(+Type, +File), but using a memory file instead of a real file. See new_memory_file/1.
codes(+Type, +Codes)Send Codes using the indicated MIME-type.
bytes(+Type, +Bytes)Send Bytes using the indicated MIME-type. Bytes is either a string of character codes 0..255 or list of integers in the range 0..255. Out-of-bound codes result in a representation error exception.
atom(+Type, +Atom)Send Atom using the indicated MIME-type.
cgi_stream(+Stream, +Len)Read the input from Stream which, like CGI data starts with a partial HTTP header. The fields of this header are merged with the provided HdrExtra fields. The first Len characters of Stream are used.
form(+ListOfParameter)Send data of the MIME type application/x-www-form-urlencoded as produced by browsers issuing a POST request from an HTML form. ListOfParameter is a list of Name=Value or Name(Value).
form_data(+ListOfData)Send data of the MIME type
multipart/form-dataas produced by browsers issuing a POST request from an HTML form using enctype
multipart/form-data. ListOfData is the same as for the List alternative described below. Below is an example. Repository, etc. are atoms providing the value, while the last argument provides a value from a file.
..., http_post([ protocol(http), host(Host), port(Port), path(ActionPath) ], form_data([ repository = Repository, dataFormat = DataFormat, baseURI = BaseURI, verifyData = Verify, data = file(File) ]), _Reply, ), ...,