We have a scenario in our mobile app where we want to add a parameter to the header or url so that the firewall can validate the request based on the parameter sent. Authentication needs to be done before it reaches the server. Is there anyway to append any information to url or request headers for the subsequent requests from the server.
I like to append name/value pairs to the URL's from within a servlet or action class so that based on the key value pair we can have a rule in firewall to validate the request.
It is not recommended to use GET method
mostly because folks don't like to see
parameters in the URL,
but if you specifically want it, you can still use GET method
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