• Brian Benscoter

    The new REST interface is an improvement, but I can no longer find a way to set the “accept” header.

    • Mike Giller

      Accept header was removed in 4.6. You can still set it in the bottom “Header” tab of the request editor

      • Gustav Sohtell

        There is no way to remove the accept-header? I’d like to make a request with no accept header. If I don’t set it in headers I get the settings from the project (which I cant seem to change anymore). I can override it by setting e.g. Accept: hello. But I can’t seem to remove the header anymore.

        • Mike Giller

          Right now there is an outstanding bug that if you set accept-header in v4.5.2 or lower, it will show up in v4.6.0+ and there’s no way to remove it. This should be fixed in the next few releases by converting the ‘accept header’ checkbox with an actual header value.

          For now, the workaround is to open the project in SoapUI v4.5.2- and uncheck the accept header checkbox. Then you can add and remove that header in the ‘header’ subtab.

          • Gustav Sohtell

            Not only me then :) Thank you.

  • Arian Jafari

    Brian: Thanks for the feedback. We’re still figuring out what to do with it, but for now, you can set the header manually in the “Headers” tab near the bottom of the screen.

    • Brian Benscoter

      Thanks Arian

  • Henrik

    The recommendations popup on this blog is very annoying on a mobile phone (Chrome @ Android). It gets in the way of the text.

    • Baustin213

      Thanks for the note, Henrik, On our mobile site it doesn’t seem to be a problem, but we are seeing that it gets in the way when you click directly from our subscriber email. We’re working on this issue. We may be removing the recommendations popup all together.

      Thanks for the feedback here!

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