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Hey, One of Sun's sample SCEA questions deals with the properties of HTTPS. The two correct answers according to Sun are that: HTTPS is secure HTTPS is connection based I have tried to verify the connection-based part (I'm assuming Sun is correct) but haven't been able to do so. Does anyone know of a resource on the web that talks about this or the RFC number for HTTPS (if one exists)? Thanks, John
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I couldn't find whether HTTP is connection less or connection oriented by going through the two links. What I know is HTTP is stateless. Any info on connection less/oriented? Thanks, Neelima.
Joined: Oct 03, 2000
What I mean is Info on whether HTTP is connection less or connection oriented not info about connection less/connection oriented.
Joined: Apr 05, 2000
Hi, I found some more info. HTTP 1.0 is connectionless. HTTP 1.1 has a capability to keep a connection to improve performance. So I guess it can be considered connection-oriented? Also had a discussion about HTTPS on the sockets and internet protocols forum. Hope this info helps. John
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