I’m having a problem with the cookie management that HTTP Request does. My business environment uses Blue Coat as a Proxy.
When I make a Request, BlueCoat requests the sending of a Cookie that has the nomenclature “BCSI-CS-xxxxxxxxxxx” standard for the Name and also has a random number for the Cookie Value.
My problem is how I can set the Cookie Name and the Cookie Value which are random.
In the HTTP Request Cookie parameter, the Name property is not a VB Expression. So I can’t use a variable to set the Name of this Cookie. I can only use one variable for Value. If I put it in a fixed way, it works.
So I had the idea to use the HTTP Request Header template, here I put the Name as Cookie and the Value I put “BCSI-CS-xxxxxxxxxxx-1”, but UIPath can’t handle the Name Cookie inside the HTTP Header Request. Or I’m not getting the information right.
I ran a test on Postman and also on Visual studio code, and both tests I can place the cookie on the Header.
Before starting to customize an activity to perform the HTTP Request the way I need it, does anyone have any idea how to solve this using the default UIPath settings?