Properties That Identify the Target
The full target of the request message is given by the URL property. Usually, this is a URL that can be broken down into the protocol (HTTP), Host (server system), ScriptName (server application), PathInfo (location on the host), and Query.
Each of these pieces is surfaced in its own property. The protocol is always HTTP, and the Host and ScriptName identify the Web server application. The dispatcher uses the PathInfo portion when matching action items to request messages. The Query is used by some requests to specify the details of the requested information. Its value is also parsed for you as the QueryFields property.