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I am using Joomla\CMS\Response\JsonResponse to send a JSON response.

$data= new \stdClass()
$data->some_data = 1;
$resp = new JsonResponse($data);
echo $resp;

How to set a HTTP header for the response?

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  • I am noticing that you are using return instead of echo in your snippet, so I am wondering how you are using this technique. You will see in the documentation docs.joomla.org/JSON_Responses_with_JResponseJson that this class does more than just json_encode() data. Either way, you don't necessarily need to go to the trouble to declare an object because an array will do just fine. E.g. return new JsonResponse(['some_data' => 1]); Can you show us more of what you are trying to do? Adding context is a great way to add clarity to a question.
    – mickmackusa
    Apr 24 '20 at 15:41
  • I used the static method JResponse::setHeader(...) and it worked (but is deprecated)
    – ed22
    Apr 24 '20 at 16:06
  • Please edit your question so that the full story is in the question body. Thank you.
    – mickmackusa
    Apr 24 '20 at 16:08
  • could you please edit your question to show the code that you were using to create the json data and set the header?
    – mickmackusa
    Apr 25 '20 at 20:57
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The recommended replacement according to the Joomla documentation:

Element                   Line        Description
\JResponse::setHeader()   83          3.2 Use JApplicationWeb::setHeader() instead

https://api.joomla.org/cms-3/deprecated.html

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