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Last updated:2021-03-17 11:06:56



You can call this operation to configure an HTTP response header.


  • You can add or modify only one HTTP response header at a time by calling this operation.

    Request syntax

    The API request contains the specified directory /2016-09-01/domain/SetHttpHeadersConfig, common request headers, and operation-specific request parameters. For more information, see the sample request.

Request headers

Header Required Type Description
X-Version Yes String The version number. Set the value to 2016-09-01.
X-Action Yes String The operation that you want to perform. Set the value to SetHttpHeadersConfig.

Request parameters

Parameter Required Type Description
DomainId Yes String The ID of the domain name.
HeaderKey Yes String The HTTP header to be configured. Valid values: Content-Type, Cache-Control, Content-Disposition, Content-Language, Expires, Access-Control-Allow-Origin, Access-Control-Allow-Methods, and Access-Control-Max-Age.
HeaderValue Yes String The value of the HTTP header, which can be up to 255 characters in length.

Note: Duplicate headers are not allowed.


Sample request

POST method:

POST /2016-09-01/domain/SetHttpHeadersConfig
X-Amz-Date: date
Authorization:authorization string
X-Action: SetHttpHeadersConfig
X-Version: 2016-09-01

    "DomainId": "2D08M8V",

Sample response

  • Note: If this operation is successfully called, the HTTP status code 200 is returned, without a return value. If this operation fails to be called, the HTTP status code 403 or 400 is returned. For more information about the error codes for the HTTP status code 400, see Usage notes.
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