Now that you have a better understanding of how the Page type allows you to interact with the incoming HTTP request, the next step is to see how to interact with the outgoing HTTP response. In ASP.NET, the Response property of the Page class provides access to an instance of the HttpResponse type. This type defines a number of properties that allow you to format the HTTP response sent back to the client browser. Table 32-6 lists some core properties.
|Property||Meaning in Life|
|Cache||Returns the caching semantics of the web page (see Chapter 34)|
|ContentEncoding||Gets or sets the HTTP character set of the output stream|
|ContentType||Gets or sets the HTTP MIME ...|