int32_t nghttp2_submit_request(nghttp2_session *session, const nghttp2_priority_spec *pri_spec, const nghttp2_nv *nva, size_t nvlen, const nghttp2_data_provider *data_prd, void *stream_user_data)¶
Submits HEADERS frame and optionally one or more DATA frames.
The pri_spec is priority specification of this request.
NULLmeans the default priority (see
nghttp2_priority_spec_default_init()). To specify the priority, use
nghttp2_priority_spec_init(). If pri_spec is not
NULL, this function will copy its data members.
pri_spec->weightmust be in [
NGHTTP2_MAX_WEIGHT], inclusive. If
pri_spec->weightis strictly less than
NGHTTP2_MIN_WEIGHT, it becomes
NGHTTP2_MIN_WEIGHT. If it is strictly greater than
NGHTTP2_MAX_WEIGHT, it becomes
The nva is an array of name/value pair
nghttp2_nvwith nvlen elements. The application is responsible to include required pseudo-header fields (header field whose name starts with ":") in nva and must place pseudo-headers before regular header fields.
This function creates copies of all name/value pairs in nva. It also lower-cases all names in nva. The order of elements in nva is preserved. For header fields with
nghttp2_nv_flag.NGHTTP2_NV_FLAG_NO_COPY_VALUEare set, header field name and value are not copied respectively. With
nghttp2_nv_flag.NGHTTP2_NV_FLAG_NO_COPY_NAME, application is responsible to pass header field name in lowercase. The application should maintain the references to them until
HTTP/2 specification has requirement about header fields in the request HEADERS. See the specification for more details.
If data_prd is not
NULL, it provides data which will be sent in subsequent DATA frames. In this case, a method that allows request message bodies (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7231#section-4) must be specified with
:methodkey in nva (e.g.
POST). This function does not take ownership of the data_prd. The function copies the members of the data_prd. If data_prd is
NULL, HEADERS have END_STREAM set. The stream_user_data is data associated to the stream opened by this request and can be an arbitrary pointer, which can be retrieved later by
This function returns assigned stream ID if it succeeds, or one of the following negative error codes:
Out of memory.
No stream ID is available because maximum stream ID was reached.
Trying to depend on itself (new stream ID equals
The session is server session.
This function returns assigned stream ID if it succeeds. But that stream is not created yet. The application must not submit frame to that stream ID before
nghttp2_before_frame_send_callbackis called for this frame. This means
nghttp2_session_get_stream_user_data()does not work before the callback. But
nghttp2_session_set_stream_user_data()handles this situation specially, and it can set data to a stream during this period.