Response Object
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Objects/Server/Response/index.xml
The Response object is used with the Alpha Anywhere Standard Application Server. To access the Request object in the Alpha Anywhere Application Server for IIS, use the [Context.Response] object.
Context.Response Object
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Objects/Server/Context/Response/index.xml
Context.Response object properties and methods.
Context Object
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Objects/Server/Context/index.xml
The Context object is automatically available to Xbasic code that runs on the stand-alone application server and the IIS application server. It has all properties needed to handle an HTTP request and response as well as access to session and security information.
HTTP_GET Function
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/System/HTTP Functions/HTTP_GET Function.xml
Use the HTTP method GET to retrieve the specified URL.
HTTP_POST Function
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/System/HTTP Functions/HTTP_POST Function.xml
Use the HTTP method POST to retrieve the specified URL
Xbasic Help Pages
/documentation/pages/Index/Xbasic Help Pages.xml
[The Xbasic Programming Environment]
HTTP_DELETE Function
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/System/HTTP Functions/HTTP_DELETE Function.xml
Use the HTTP method DELETE to retrieve the specified URL
HTTP_PUT Function
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/System/HTTP Functions/HTTP_PUT Function.xml
Use the HTTP method PUT to retrieve the specified URL
Replacing Response.Add_Cookie Function
/documentation/pages/Troubleshooting/Upgrading to Alpha Anywhere/Replacing Response.Add_Cookie.xml
Response.Add_Cookie() was marked as deprecated in the V10 release and has been removed in V11. Any code which attempts to use this method will generate an error and must be updated.
Object Events
/documentation/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/Layout/Object/Object Events.xml
Many events are triggered by Alpha Five objects, such as buttons, fields, and forms. The object events are generally triggered in response to the cursors movements into and out of the object (i.e., the changing of focus from one place to another).