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When working with multi-Configuration Deliveries, you can usually choose which configuration to use at execution, using the dedicated parameters for that.

When invoking a Multi-Configuration Delivery exposed as web service, you can choose which Configuration to use.


Choosing the Configuration

When trying to invoke a multi-Configuration Delivery exposed as web service, you'll have this kind of message returned if you do not specify the Configuration:

"You have to set configuration code on externalized deliveries, available code: INT_001 INT_002"


An HTTP Header which can be passed alongside the invocation request to choose the Configuration that should be used for the invocation:



Example with Postman:



When working with multi-Configuration Deliveries, you can use this HTTP Header to define the Configuration to use.

Note that this HTTP Header is ignored when invoking a standard Delivery.




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