The HTTP protocol works in a way such that every
document that is sent or retrieved has several headers
describing the document. Some of them are for the
client's use, and some of them provide specific details
to the user about the received document.
At this point you can be aware of the name for the
document that is to be downloaded, and, for example, setup
property so it points to a location on the disk where
document should be stored.
This event is fired when all headers have arrived. The
user should refer to them if he needs some particular
information about the received document.
The wodHttpDLX control does not interfere with sent or
received headers, except these: