The HTTP response consists of three parts:
⦁ Status Code: describes the status of the response. It can be used to check if the request has been successfully completed. In case the request failed, the status code can be used to find out the reason behind the failure. If your servlet does not return a status code, the success status code, HttpServletResponse.SC_OK, is returned by default.
⦁ HTTP Headers: they contain more information about the response. For example, the headers may specify the date/time after which the response is considered stale, or the form of encoding used to safely transfer the entity to the user. See ⦁ how⦁ ⦁ to⦁ ⦁ retrieve ⦁ headers⦁ ⦁ in⦁ ⦁ Servl⦁ et⦁ ⦁ here.
⦁ Body: it contains the content of the response. The body may contain HTML code, an image, etc. The body consists of the data bytes transmitted in an HTTP transaction message immediately following the headers.