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1. I am wanting to perform a HTTP Post within a script or preferably orchestration designer.
2. Also, I want to be able to get the skillset variable ie contact_skillset_cv and prefix it with "OB_" so if the calling skillset was CallCentre I would end up with a string which is "OB_CallCentre"
3. How can I debug an application so I can see exactly what is going on. Specifically a host block so I can see what my 'send info' is doing.


The following is a sample HTTP POST request and response. The placeholders shown need to be replaced with actual values.
POST /CBR/CallA.asmx/CallBack HTTP/1.1
Host: accs-a
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Content-Length: length

CLID=string&skillset=string&reason=string

Basically I am trying to tweak Call Back Request so it will queue the call back request in "OB_" + skillset name

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