HTTP Client installs a standard string table, defining enumerations in the HTTP namespace. It is used to define method names, header names, session and transaction property names, parameter names for headers, and commonly used MIME types (used for the Accept and Content-Type headers).
Strings in the string table are constructed, copied, and freed using RStringPool . The following are the main points to note:
Strings are not freed from memory until all instances that were Open() ed have been Close() d.
The HTTP string pool is automatically created when the first session is started, and can be accessed using the handle returned by RHTTPSession::StringPool() .
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