Subject: header values.


Hi,
I am using the atscppapi and I am noticing something weird. When I
send a curl request, here's list of headers curl prints.

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I have the following code to print the headers in my module.

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  ClientRequest &request = transaction.getClientRequest();
  Headers &headers = request.getHeaders();

  for (Headers::iterator hdr_itr = headers.begin(); hdr_itr !=
headers.end(); ++hdr_itr) {
    log.logInfo("%s:%s", (*hdr_itr).name().c_str(),
(*hdr_itr).values().c_str());
  }
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Here's what gets printed in the log:
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0191209.22h18m52s [INFO] Host:testhost1
20191209.22h18m52s [INFO] User-Agent:curl/7.47.0
20191209.22h18m52s [INFO] Content-Type:woof
20191209.22h18m52s [INFO] Accept-Encoding:gzip,deflate
20191209.22h18m52s [INFO] Accept-Language:en-ca
20191209.22h18m52s [INFO] Accept:application/json,text/plain,*/*
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Notice the spaces are stripped off from all header values. I observed
that the server (origin) receives headers with the spaces being
stripped. Is this behavior specific to atscppapi? Is there a way to
prevent this from happening?

When I captured tcpdump, the incoming request has the spaces. Any help
is appreciated. Thanks.

Dk.