I'm trying out the REST Call task, and it looks like it does most of what I need. It does seem to be missing a way to access/store the response headers. Is there something I'm missing?
Also have the same question. Is there tried and tested way to be access the Response Headers from a Rest Call Task?
I wound up forgoing this and just using a groovy task with Unirest, as described in this thread:
a task calls a REST web service and makes the result available to other tasks
This is a bit more work to use, but has a lot more flexibility.
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