The protocol_uri2url function takes strings containing the given URI prefix and URI suffix, and creates a newly allocated, fully qualified URL in the form http://(server):(port)(prefix)(suffix).
If you want to omit either the URI prefix or suffix, use "" instead of NULL as the value for either parameter.
The protocol_uri2url_dynamic function is similar to the protocol_uri2url function, but should be used whenever the session and request structures are available. This ensures that the URL it constructs refers to the host that the client specified.
char *protocol_uri2url(char *prefix, char *suffix, Session *sn, Request *rq);
A new string containing the URL.
char *prefix is the prefix.
char *suffix is the suffix.
Session *sn is the Session.
Request *rq is the Request.
The Session and Request parameters are the same as the ones passed into your SAF.