The IResourceResponse type exposes the following members.
The bytes for the resource (will be copied, you retain ownership).
The path to the file on disk that represents the response's resource.
Gets or sets a collection of header name-value pairs returned with this response.
The mime-type (eg, text/html) of the response header, also known as Content-Type header.
A network error reported for this resource request.
The size of the buffer, also known as Content-Length header.
Gets or sets the HTTP status code (eg, 200, 404, etc.) of the response header.
Gets or sets the status line of the response header. This should be in the form: HTTP/1.1 [StatusCode] [Description]. For example: HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found.