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The k6/http module contains functionality for performing HTTP transactions.

batch( requests )Issue multiple HTTP requests in parallel (like e.g. browsers tend to do).
cookieJar()Get active HTTP Cookie jar.
del( url, [body], [params] )Issue an HTTP DELETE request.
file( data, [filename], [contentType] )Create a file object that is used for building multi-part requests.
get( url, [params] )Issue an HTTP GET request.
head( url, [params] )Issue an HTTP HEAD request.
options( url, [body], [params] )Issue an HTTP OPTIONS request.
patch( url, [body], [params] )Issue an HTTP PATCH request.
post( url, [body], [params] )Issue an HTTP POST request.
put( url, [body], [params] )Issue an HTTP PUT request.
request( method, url, [body], [params] )Issue any type of HTTP request.
asyncRequest( method, url, [body], [params] )Issue any type of HTTP request asynchronously.
setResponseCallback(expectedStatuses)Sets a response callback to mark responses as expected.
url`url`Creates a URL with a name tag. Read more on URL Grouping.
expectedStatuses( statusCodes )Create a callback for setResponseCallback that checks status codes.
CookieJarUsed for storing cookies, set by the server and/or added by the client.
FileDataUsed for wrapping data representing a file when doing multipart requests (file uploads).
ParamsUsed for setting various HTTP request-specific parameters such as headers, cookies, etc.
ResponseReturned by the http.* methods that generate HTTP requests.