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  • Content Type Declaration in HTTP Header for outbound transmissions

    Hi everyone,

    Does anyone know how I can get a meta tag into an outbound transmission to an external system? We are sending OTM order data through our B2B server to a third party logisitics provider, and our B2B server needs a specific content type declaration in the HTTP header in order to process our transmission.

    Thanks,
    Pete

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    Re: Content Type Declaration in HTTP Header for outbound transmissions

    Hi Pete,

    the apache web server has a module called mod_headers that might help: "This module provides directives to control and modify HTTP request and response headers. Headers can be merged, replaced or removed."

    You would probably need to dig a bit into the apache configuration to make sure that the header change is only done for the appropriate communication, but there are plenty of possibilities (and documentation) around for that.

    Hope that helps,
    Sven

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    • #3
      Hello All,

      Bumping up an old thread as we have a similar requirement and did not find a solution. We are using OTM 6.3.2 and sending outbound Billing XML to an integration layer and the requirement from integration layer is to have content type defined as 'application/xml', but by default OTM outbound request sends out request as 'text/xml'.

      What is the process for updating the content-header value of the request outbound from OTM.

      I understand the earlier reply which suggest to look at configuring apache web server and it was back in 2008, wanted to check if there is a configuration within OTM to configure this.

      thanks,
      Gopa

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