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Get HTTP header of SOAP Webservice

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Hello. I have a question about how to get the HTTP header into a COBOL program (which is a Webservice). It is possible to do that? If yes, where can I found information about this? I have an example of how to get SOAP header (via User Exits), but it is not clear of all and it haven't any information about HTTP header.

I am working with Visual COBOL v2.3 Eclipse for Linux and Enterprise Server.

 

Thank you in advance.

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Assuming you're talking about conventional (non-CICS) COBOL Web Services hosted under ES: There is no mechanism to do this in the current product, as far as I'm aware. The user exits only have access to the SOAP message body, and there is no lower-level access to the message for application code.

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Assuming you're talking about conventional (non-CICS) COBOL Web Services hosted under ES: There is no mechanism to do this in the current product, as far as I'm aware. The user exits only have access to the SOAP message body, and there is no lower-level access to the message for application code.

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There is an existing RPI ( Request Per Improvement ) N. 1108845 to track down this 'issue'... It is not fixed yet.
Would you create an incident by Customer Care quoting this RPI number?

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Yvon
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OK, thank you very much.
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