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get http_accept_language

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How to do something like request.servervariables['http_accept_language']?

Looks like it's missing!

Note : I don't want to use anything like CGIExpert, or like it. Just pure Delphi.


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Try Request.GetFieldByName('http...');
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function TWebModule1.Headers:string;
begin
  Result:='Request headers: '+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'APPL_MD_PATH '+Request.GetFieldByName('APPL_MD_PATH')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH '+Request.GetFieldByName('APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'AUTH_PASSWORD '+Request.GetFieldByName('AUTH_PASSWORD')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'AUTH_TYPE '+Request.GetFieldByName('AUTH_TYPE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'AUTH_USER '+Request.GetFieldByName('AUTH_USER')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_COOKIE '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_COOKIE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_FLAGS '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_FLAGS')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_ISSUER '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_ISSUER')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_KEYSIZE '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_KEYSIZE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_SECRETKEYSIZE '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_SECRETKEYSIZE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_SERIALNUMBER '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_SERIALNUMBER')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_SERVER_ISSUER '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_SERVER_ISSUER')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_SERVER_SUBJECT '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_SERVER_SUBJECT')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CERT_SUBJECT '+Request.GetFieldByName('CERT_SUBJECT')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CONTENT_LENGTH '+Request.GetFieldByName('CONTENT_LENGTH')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'CONTENT_TYPE '+Request.GetFieldByName('CONTENT_TYPE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'HTTPS '+Request.GetFieldByName('HTTPS')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'HTTPS_KEYSIZE '+Request.GetFieldByName('HTTPS_KEYSIZE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'HTTPS_SECRETKEYSIZE '+Request.GetFieldByName('HTTPS_SECRETKEYSIZE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'HTTPS_SERVER_ISSUER '+Request.GetFieldByName('HTTPS_SERVER_ISSUER')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'HTTPS_SERVER_SUBJECT '+Request.GetFieldByName('HTTPS_SERVER_SUBJECT')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'INSTANCE_ID '+Request.GetFieldByName('INSTANCE_ID')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'INSTANCE_META_PATH '+Request.GetFieldByName('INSTANCE_META_PATH')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'LOCAL_ADDR '+Request.GetFieldByName('LOCAL_ADDR')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'LOGON_USER '+Request.GetFieldByName('LOGON_USER')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'PATH_INFO '+Request.GetFieldByName('PATH_INFO')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'PATH_TRANSLATED '+Request.GetFieldByName('PATH_TRANSLATED')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'QUERY_STRING '+Request.GetFieldByName('QUERY_STRING')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'REMOTE_ADDR '+Request.GetFieldByName('REMOTE_ADDR')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'REMOTE_HOST '+Request.GetFieldByName('REMOTE_HOST')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'REMOTE_PORT '+Request.GetFieldByName('REMOTE_PORT')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'REMOTE_USER '+Request.GetFieldByName('REMOTE_USER')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'REQUEST_METHOD '+Request.GetFieldByName('REQUEST_METHOD')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'SCRIPT_NAME '+Request.GetFieldByName('SCRIPT_NAME')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'SERVER_NAME '+Request.GetFieldByName('SERVER_NAME')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'SERVER_PORT '+Request.GetFieldByName('SERVER_PORT')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'SERVER_PORT_SECURE '+Request.GetFieldByName('SERVER_PORT_SECURE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'SERVER_PROTOCOL '+Request.GetFieldByName('SERVER_PROTOCOL')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'SERVER_SOFTWARE '+Request.GetFieldByName('SERVER_SOFTWARE')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'URL '+Request.GetFieldByName('URL')+'<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'--------------------------------------RAW_DATA-------------------------<BR>';
  Result:=Result+'ALL_RAW '+Request.GetFieldByName('ALL_RAW')+'<BR>';
  if Pos('Windows CE',Request.GetFieldByName('ALL_RAW')) > 0 then
    Result:=Result+'Windows CE based system <BR>'
  else
    Result:=Result+'Windows based system <BR>';
  if Pos('240x320',Request.GetFieldByName('ALL_RAW')) > 0 then
    Result:=Result+'Device is <B>iPAQ</B> <BR>'
  else
    Result:=Result+'Device is <B>Desktop</B> <BR>';
end;

procedure TWebModule1.WebModule1headersAction(Sender: TObject;
  Request: TWebRequest; Response: TWebResponse; var Handled: Boolean);
begin
  Response.Content:=Headers;
  Handled:=True;
end;

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