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01-12-2017

Is there any way to capture the http request header that is sent to a webapp(hosted in ACM)? I need to modify the content of the webApp according to http request header values and modify the response header also.

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Hi Saikat,

You can use a tool like Fiddler - Free Web Debugging Proxy - Telerik which can capture your HTTP request and show you the header in request and response both.

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Hi Saikat,

We have a few possibilities with HTTP Headers but I'm not quite sure about your specific case.

Please have a look at the following links:

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Hi Florentlb,

This link is broken. Please provide a valid one.

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Unfortunately I could not find any solution for this issue. I need to read the header and modify the rendering of the webApp accordingly.

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Hi,

Were you able to achieve what you were trying to do?

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