* If your response headers are generic, would not change across different rest services and if you would like to minimize modification / maintenance deployment of application rules to incorporate any future changes - Having the response headers set at the Webserver makes more sense.
* However, if you need fine grain control of the headers across various REST services, the headers are different across different services and if you would like to map values dynamically from the Pega clipboard then - Having the response headers in the REST service rule-form's response tab makes more sense.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 16 Mar 2018 16:45 EDT
Lalit Agarwalla (agarl)
Lead System Architect - Pega Consulting