Question5Replies4215Views VamsiKrishnaK0635 Member since 2016 6 posts Intellativ, Inc. Posted: August 9, 2017Last activity: August 17, 2017 Closed How to trace REST Connector Request HeadersI am trying to invoke a REST Service POST method with a Header. When I trace the REST call, it shows Request Body, but not showing Header fields in the Request page. How do I trace the Header values?***Moderator Edit: Vidyaranjan | Updated Categories*** Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoGurpreet_GCS PEGA replied to VamsiKrishnaK0635Hi Vamsi, Thanks for writting to PSC. You can check details of REST call in Chrome dev tool itself. Steps to check: 1. Open the chrome dev tool, 2. go to network tab, 3. invoke your rest service, that call will be listed under network tab, 4. click on the url , on right side it will have 4 tabs, click on header and check the details as shown in below image: Let me know, if this helps. Thanks: Gurpreet Posted: 3 years agoMahesh Midthuru PEGA replied to VamsiKrishnaK0635Hi Vamsi, You can also redirect your REST call via TCPMon tool where you can see the complete information about the Request and Response of your call. Hope this might be useful for you. Regards Mahesh Posted: 3 years agomrathod_gcs PEGA replied to VamsiKrishnaK0635Hi, Did you try fiddler to trace the request response? Thanks, Mukul Posted: 3 years agoAshishMishra Vodafone replied to VamsiKrishnaK0635 HI VamsiKrishnaK0635 Have you tried checking the parameter page of Connect-Rest method??? It will have the header information in XML/Jason format (property name will be pyRequestHeader) Posted: 3 years agoSudhakarReddy PEGA replied to VamsiKrishnaK0635Hi, You can enable debug level on connect-rest activity, it will print the headers in pega rules log.