Good morning all,
I’ve been experimenting with (8.0.3) HTTP Binding in Perspective, the GET method calls are working perfectly as per the videos and I’m very impressed with what we can do with it.
I cannot get HTTP PUT/POST methods to work. Ignoring the details of why that won’t work because there are too many reasons and I can’t narrow it down. I’ve come to a point where I’d like to use Burp Suite or another intercepting proxy to listen to the HTTP Method calls on my dev/testing machine.
I want to set a proxy for the perspective client to access the REST API and then intercept the proxy traffic so that I can analyse what is being sent to the API (I could theoretically listen at the API with a debugger but that is another issue due to me not being the direct developer of that part of this demo)
Does anyone know where/how I can tell the perspective client to access the API via a proxy server? Is it a JVM commandline param for the gateway? Is it a matter of setting the browser proxy server (which doesn’t appear to be the answer). Is it a gateway setting somewhere??
Could it be something in the HTTP Binding on the Perspective page element?
Has anyone actually got a NON-scripted (not onChanged Event etc) Perspective HTTP binding to work when it has to PUT/POST to a RESTful API?