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Tag Archives: HttpClient
The HttpClient in .NET Core will not automatically follow a 302 (or 301) redirect. You need to specify that you allow this. use the HttpClientHandler to do this: Now your code will follow up to 2 redirections. Please note that … Continue reading
The Polly retry library and the IHttpClientBuilder is a match made in heaven as it defines all the retry logic at startup. The actual HttpClient calls are therefore untouched by any retry code. The retry logic is called policies, and … Continue reading
Using a IHttpClientFactory to create HttpClient connections have a number of advantages, as you can configure several httpclients on startup. Each client will be reused, including the properties attached to that client. In a previous post I showed how to … Continue reading
A lot of HttpClient errors are temporary and is caused by server overload, temporary nerwork timeouts and generic gliches in the Matrix. These scenarios can be dealt with using a retry pattern. In .NET Core, the most common retry library … Continue reading
The HttpClient is a nifty tool for getting and sending data to a URL, but it works differently from the old fashioned WebRequest class. The content type is added to the post data instead of added as a header parameter. … Continue reading