webRequest.onSendHeaders

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This event is fired just before sending headers. If your extension or some other extension modified headers in onBeforeSendHeaders, you'll see the modified version here.

This event is informational only.

Syntax

browser.webRequest.onSendHeaders.addListener(
  listener,             // function
  filter,               //  object
  extraInfoSpec         //  optional array of strings
)
browser.webRequest.onSendHeaders.removeListener(listener)
browser.webRequest.onSendHeaders.hasListener(listener)

Events have three functions:

addListener(callback, filter, extraInfoSpec)
Adds a listener to this event.
removeListener(listener)
Stop listening to this event. The listener argument is the listener to remove.
hasListener(listener)
Check whether listener is registered for this event. Returns true if it is listening, false otherwise.

addListener syntax

Parameters

callback

Function that will be called when this event occurs. The function will be passed the following arguments:

details
object. Details about the request. See details below.
filter
webRequest.RequestFilter. A filter that restricts the events that will be sent to this listener.
extraInfoSpecFacultatif
array of string. Extra options for the event. You can only pass one value here:
  • "requestHeaders": include the request headers in the details object passed to the listener

Additional objects

details

documentUrl
string. URL of the document in which the resource will be loaded. For example, if the web page at "https://example.com" contains an image or an iframe, then the documentUrl for the image or iframe will be "https://example.com". For a top-level document, documentUrl is undefined.
frameId
integer. Zero if the request happens in the main frame; a positive value is the ID of a subframe in which the request happens. If the document of a (sub-)frame is loaded (type is main_frame or sub_frame), frameId indicates the ID of this frame, not the ID of the outer frame. Frame IDs are unique within a tab.
method
string. Standard HTTP method: for example, "GET" or "POST".
originUrl

string. URL of the resource which triggered the request. For example, if "https://example.com" contains a link, and the user clicks the link, then the originUrl for the resulting request is "https://example.com".

The originUrl is often but not always the same as the documentUrl. For example, if a page contains an iframe, and the iframe contains a link that loads a new document into the iframe, then the documentUrl for the resulting request will be the iframe's parent document, but the originUrl will be the URL of the document in the iframe that contained the link.

parentFrameId
integer. ID of the frame that contains the frame which sent the request. Set to -1 if no parent frame exists.
proxyInfo

object. This property is present only if the request is being proxied. It contains the following properties:

host
string. The hostname of the proxy server.
port
integer. The port number of the proxy server.
type

string. The type of proxy server. One of:

  • "http": HTTP proxy (or SSL CONNECT for HTTPS)
  • "https": HTTP proxying over TLS connection to proxy
  • "socks": SOCKS v5 proxy
  • "socks4": SOCKS v4 proxy
  • "direct": no proxy
  • "unknown": unknown proxy
username
string. Username for the proxy service.
proxyDNS
boolean. True if the proxy will perform domain name resolution based on the hostname supplied, meaning that the client should not do its own DNS lookup.
failoverTimeout
integer. Failover timeout in seconds. If the proxy connection fails, the proxy will not be used again for this period.
requestId
string. The ID of the request. Request IDs are unique within a browser session, so you can use them to relate different events associated with the same request.
requestHeadersFacultatif
webRequest.HttpHeaders. The HTTP request headers that have been sent out with this request.
tabId
integer. ID of the tab in which the request takes place. Set to -1 if the request isn't related to a tab.
timeStamp
number. The time when this event fired, in milliseconds since the epoch.
type
webRequest.ResourceType. The type of resource being requested: for example, "image", "script", "stylesheet".
url
string. Target of the request.

Browser compatibility

ChromeEdgeFirefoxFirefox for AndroidOpera
Support simple Oui144548 Oui
details.frameId Oui144548 Oui
details.method Oui144548 Oui
details.originUrl Non Non4848 Non
details.parentFrameId Oui144548 Oui
details.proxyInfo Non Non5757 Non
details.requestId Oui144548 Oui
details.requestHeaders Oui144548 Oui
details.tabId Oui144548 Oui
details.timeStamp Oui144548 Oui
details.type Oui144548 Oui
details.url Oui144548 Oui

Examples

This code logs all cookies that will be sent in making requests to the target match pattern:

// The target match pattern
var targetPage = "*://*.google.ca/*";

// Log cookies sent with this request
function logCookies(e) {
  for (var header of e.requestHeaders) {
    if (header.name == "Cookie") {
      console.log(header.value);
    }
  }
}

// Listen for onSendHeaders, and pass
// "requestHeaders" so we get the headers
browser.webRequest.onSendHeaders.addListener(
  logCookies,
  {urls: [targetPage]},
  ["requestHeaders"]
);

Remerciements :

Cette API est basée sur l'API Chromium chrome.webRequest. Cette documentation est dérivée de web_request.json dans le code Chromium.

Les données de compatibilité relatives à Microsoft Edge sont fournies par Microsoft Corporation et incluses ici sous la licence Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 pour les États-Unis.

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