Header can be read on Action, which will be received as part of the client request.

Example use case

  • Content Negotiation: The "Accept" header allows the client to specify the media types it can understand, enabling the server to send an appropriate response format. For instance, a client can request JSON or XML data based on its capabilities.

  • User-Agent Information: The "User-Agent" header provides information about the client's software, enabling the server to tailor the response according to the capabilities or constraints of the client.

  • Tracking and Analytics: Clients can send headers containing tracking information or analytics data, helping the server collect insights about how its resources are being used.

How to use

  1. Open the Header tab.

  2. For each Action and Method, Headers can be added, edited or deleted.

  3. The following fields are available:

    • Type: HTTP Header to read from (example: Content-Type)

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