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OSB 12c - Custom Headers are not propagated back to the original caller when using the REST binding (Doc ID 2030180.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 21, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Service Bus - Version and later
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The use case is a proxy service with REST binding, which calls a pipeline that raises a custom fault HTTP 302, and then sets the http:Location header to redirect the caller. However, the http:Location does not work as expected. When using an HTTP binding calling the same pipeline, the redirect does work as expected.

How can one pass back the http:Location header, or any other custom header, back to the caller in a REST binding service?


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