[webkit-qt] Checking the HTTP status code of more than one instance of QWebPage

Alexandre Pretyman alexandre.pretyman at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 07:44:17 PDT 2012

Hi list,

I'm using Qt 4.8 release from QtSDK 1.1.5 and the QtWebKit API that comes
with it.

I'm checking the HTTP Status of a page loaded in a QWebFrame with code as
described in this StackOverflow post:
which essentially tells me to connect to
SIGNAL(finished(QNetworkReply*))  on the QNetworkAccessManager assiciated
with the QWebPage and examine reply->attribute(QNetworkRequest::
HttpStatusCodeAttribute) to get the HTTP status code

This has been working well since I've been using a single QWebPage, but now
I need more than one instance of QWebPage running.

Since the recommended practice is to have one QNetworkAcessManager per
application, if I connect to SIGNAL(finished(QNetworkReply*)) , I
understand I'll be getting QNetworkReply * from both instances, and won't
be able to differentiate which came from which.

How can I overcome this?

Alexandre Pretyman
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