- Accept Header#
Part of the Request that is responsible to define the expected type of data to be accepted by the client in the Response.
- Authentication Method#
Access restriction provided by the connection chain to the server exposed to the client.
- Authorization Header#
Part of the Request that is responsible for the authentication related to the right user or service to ask for a Response.
- Basic Auth#
A simple Authentication Method referenced in the Authorization Header that needs to be provided by the server.
- content rule#
A content rule will automatically perform an action when a certain event, known as a trigger, takes place.
- HTTP Header#
The part of the communication of the client with the server that provides the initialisation of the communication of a Request.
- HTTP Request#
The initial action performed by a web client to communicate with a server. The Request is usually followed by a Response by the server, either synchronous or asynchronous (which is more complex to handle on the user side)
- HTTP Response#
Answer of or action by the server that is executed or send to the client after the Request is processed.
- HTTP Verb#
One of the basic actions that can be requested to be executed by the server (on an object) based on the Request.
- Object URL#
The target object of the Request
REST stands for Representational State Transfer. It is a software architectural principle to create loosely coupled web APIs.
A trigger is an event in Plone that causes the execution of defined actions. Example triggers include object modified, user logged in, and workflow state changed.
A concept in Plone (and other CMS's) whereby a content object can be in a number of states (private, public, etcetera) and uses transitions to change between them (e.g. "publish", "approve", "reject", "retract"). See the Plone docs on Workflow