Yaf_Response_Abstract::setHeader

(Yaf >=1.0.0)

Yaf_Response_Abstract::setHeaderThe setHeader purpose

Description

public void Yaf_Response_Abstract::setHeader ( void )

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lee dot howarth dot 90 at gmail dot com
12 days ago
A few examples of how to send headers from a controller...

/* Set Content-Type */
 $response = $this -> getResponse();
          
 $response -> setHeader( 'Content-Type', 'text/html; charset=utf-8' );
    
$response -> response();

/* Set HTTP Status */
$response = $this -> getResponse();
          
$response -> setHeader( $this -> getRequest() -> getServer( 'SERVER_PROTOCOL' ), '404 Not Found' );
          
$response -> response();

You could also use $_SERVER[ 'SERVER_PROTOCOL' ] however it is recommend to extend the request class do some cleaning of the super globals then you should be good to go.
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