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What's New in Corticon : What's new and changed in Corticon 5.7 : Access to HTTP Headers in Extended Operators and Service Callouts
 

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Access to HTTP Headers in Extended Operators and Service Callouts

You can now create extensions (extended operators or service callouts) that access the HTTP headers included on the call to execute a Decision Service deployed as a SOAP or REST web service. One use of this mechanism is to pass a user security token from the client making the request to the Decision Service where an extension can use the token to access an external data source as the client. This is useful when Corticon is behind a SaaS or other multi-tenant service and a Decision Service needs to access external data as a specific tenant.
Corticon only makes the HTTP headers available--their interpretation is dependent on the extension that uses them.
For more information, see the topic Accessing HTTP Headers in Extended Operators and Service Callouts