|Description||Some protocols, such as Websockets, may be embedded within HTTP. The initial connection and handshake begins as HTTP, but then switches to a non-HTTP, non-HTML protocol. Some Microsoft applications, Java, and binary protocols use this method to tunnel through HTTP. With the
Note that Websocket support may be enabled natively via an HTTP profile. However, some application protocols use slightly different variation of the names of the headers, which is when the DataScript becomes a requirement.
|Example||HTTP Request Event
HTTP Response Event