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4 Protocol Examples

The following example shows how an HTTP/1.1 client specifies a base64-encoded unique identifier as the value for the E2EActivity HTTP header in the HTTP message. In this example, the GUID value "100f44d4-c7ac-45dc-98f7-974c064d61dd" is base64-encoded as "1EQPEKzH3EWY95dMBk1h3Q==" in the E2EActivity HTTP header in the HTTP message. When a value is specified for the E2EActivity HTTP header, the HTTP server includes the value when generating tracing data related to the received message.

POST http://server/Service/Service1.svc HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8
E2EActivity: 1EQPEKzH3EWY95dMBk1h3Q==
Content-Length: 157
 
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