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Consuming REST servce from PEGA 7 with HTTP Header parameter 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 12/18/2017 9:37:02 AM)

I am not a PEGA developer. But this question is for any PEGA developer/admin. This is about an issue which I noticed recently while trying to integrate my application (using REST service) with PEGA 7.

I created a REST service from my application and hosted it with OAuth 2.0 authentication. PEGA application has to consume my service.

To test the connectivity from PEGA training to my application, I'd created an OAuth token myself and shared the same with PEGA developers asking them to call my service directly by skipping the authorization calls.

Using any REST testing tool such as Chrome's REST console, APIgee, etc., I was able to test my REST service by just passing the http-header param as [param name: Authorization & param value: OAuth ].

But PEGA had an issue in directly supplying the http-header parameter to test my service from PEGA PRPC application.

My Questions for PEGA developers/Admins are,

  • is it difficult from PEGA to add a header param in http calls
  • On request, PEGA screen was shared with me while a developer attempted to test my service from PEGA. During which I noticed that PEGA did not have any trace logs to capture the exact http request that was generated. Is it true that we could not see the http request (header/body) that was generated from the REST connector tool?
 
New Post 12/21/2017 9:19 PM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: Consuming REST servce from PEGA 7 with HTTP Header parameter 

Think you're in the wrong forum Elena. This is a forum for business analysts not developers.

 

Thanks for stopping by though

 

Kimbo

 
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