Setting Cookies and HTTP Headers

You set cookies and HTTP headers that should be sent along with a Web service request by populating the globals g_request_cookies and g_request_headers before the process that invokes the Web service.The following examples show populating the globals to send cookies and HTTP headers with a request.

for c1 in (select seq_id, c001, c002, c003, c004, c005, c006, c007
             from apex_collections
            where collection_name = 'P31_RESP_COOKIES' ) loop
  apex_web_service.g_request_cookies(c1.seq_id).name := c1.c001;
  apex_web_service.g_request_cookies(c1.seq_id).value := c1.c002;
  apex_web_service.g_request_cookies(c1.seq_id).domain := c1.c003;
  apex_web_service.g_request_cookies(c1.seq_id).expire := c1.c004;
  apex_web_service.g_request_cookies(c1.seq_id).path := c1.c005;
  if c1.c006 = 'Y' then
    apex_web_service.g_request_cookies(c1.seq_id).secure := true;
    apex_web_service.g_request_cookies(c1.seq_id).secure := false;
  end if;
  apex_web_service.g_request_cookies(c1.seq_id).version := c1.c007;
end loop;
for c1 in (select seq_id, c001, c002
             from apex_collections
            where collection_name = 'P31_RESP_HEADERS' ) loop
  apex_web_service.g_request_headers(c1.seq_id).name := c1.c001;
  apex_web_service.g_request_headers(c1.seq_id).value := c1.c002;
end loop;