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How to Pass " x-ibm-client-id " id in Vugen Script ?

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How to Pass " x-ibm-client-id " id in Vugen Script ?

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When asking for help it is crucial to add as much information as possible. This will drastically increase the relevance of the answers. IE wich protocol is used, the VuGen version, the type of application etc. Without this we have to guess 🙂

 

So I think that you only need to add it as a header, before the call.

 

web_add_header("x-ibm-client-id","12345");

http://lrhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/latest/help/function_reference/FuncRef.htm#web/lrFr_web_add_header.htm

 

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Hi

When asking for help it is crucial to add as much information as possible. This will drastically increase the relevance of the answers. IE wich protocol is used, the VuGen version, the type of application etc. Without this we have to guess 🙂

 

So I think that you only need to add it as a header, before the call.

 

web_add_header("x-ibm-client-id","12345");

http://lrhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/latest/help/function_reference/FuncRef.htm#web/lrFr_web_add_header.htm

 

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@OlaBerggren wrote:

Hi

When asking for help it is crucial to add as much information as possible. This will drastically increase the relevance of the answers. IE wich protocol is used, the VuGen version, the type of application etc. Without this we have to guess 🙂

 

So I think that you only need to add it as a header, before the call.

 

web_add_header("x-ibm-client-id","12345");

http://lrhelp.saas.hpe.com/en/latest/help/function_reference/FuncRef.htm#web/lrFr_web_add_header.htm

 


Sure ..Thanks,

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