HTTP Headers

You may want to access custom HTTP request headers. These headers can be inserted by third-party products such as load balancers, application servers, or web server plug-ins. This parameter is assigned the value of the specified HTTP header, which can then be referenced in a Webtrends custom report.

WT.hdr.HTTPHeader

Some customers want to access custom HTTP request-headers. These headers can be inserted by third party products such as load balancers, application servers, or web server plugins. This parameter is assigned the value of the specified HTTP header, which can then be referenced in a WRC custom report. If the header is present in the incoming request, then SDC appends the header name to “WT.hdr.”, and the header value is assigned to the value. Example, suppose customer wants to log the “Accept:” header, and it comes in as “Accept: */*”. Resultant parameter would be WT.hdr.Accept=*/*. Note that values are URL encoded.

If the header is present in the incoming request, the header name is appended to WT.hdr. and the header value is assigned to the value. For example, suppose that a customer wants to log the Accept: header, and it comes in as Accept: */*. The resultant parameter would be WT.hdr.Accept=*/*. Note that values are URL encoded.

Valid Value:  

Syntax

WT . hdr.<HTTP Header> = <HTTP Header Value>