Cortex supports these standard HTTP request headers:
Cortex supports setting these standard HTTP response headers:
Cortex supports setting these custom HTTP request headers:
Sets the response's cacheability.
When a resource's max-age is not set, Cortex sets the following cache control header :no-cache.
When a resource's max-age is greater than 0, the cache-control max-age property is set to match. For instance, if a resource's max-age is set to 600, then Cortex sets the following cache control header: private, no-transform, max-age=600
|Content-Type||Sets the response's media-type.|
|Location||Sets the reference location of a newly created resource.|
|WWW-Authenticate||Set by the reference OAuth2 implementation when an acceptable Authorization header has not been set.|
|Accept||Specifies the Cortex response format used. The options are: |
|X-Ep-Data-Policy-Segments||Specifies the data policy segments relevant to the current customer. you can specify more than one data policy segment by separating the segments using a comma. You can view the data policies associated with a data segment by entering the data policy segment name in the X-Ep-Data-Policy-Segments header.|
|X-Ep-User-Id||Sets the identifier of the shopper. This can be used when integrating with an alternate authentication provider in a trusted environment.|
|X-Ep-User-Roles||Sets the roles of the shopper. This can be used when integrating with an alternate authentication provider in a trusted environment. Multiple roles should be separated by commas.|
|X-Ep-User-Scopes||Sets the scopes that the shopper can access. This can be used when integrating with an alternate authentication provider in a trusted environment. Multiple scopes should be separated by commas.|
|X-Ep-User-Traits||Sets the shopper's traits (including language and currency) which are used to personalize the responses returned to client.|
|X-Forwarded-Base||Sets the alternate base URL for the links returned in a response. This rewrites the links base URL, which is useful when Cortex is deployed behind a proxy server.|