I also have a question: why force form-data when json is much more friendly? Json is working for /login though, but not for /download. It doens't accept another Content-Type than form-data. It does seem to accept a "json body" though, even if it also gets me to 503. Maybe I'm just not getting form-data...
vankasteelj wrote:Still not working, no.
If I don't set the header to Content-Type : multipart/form-data, it sends back 406. But it does error with 503 Backend fetch fail either with a real form-data POST request or a json-body POST request.
os_dev wrote:Can you get the API to work with a testing tool, like postman or insomnia ?
vankasteelj wrote: but the 'Accept:*/*' is mandatory.
This should be fixable on your end or stipulated in the docs
os_dev wrote:Oh I'd be glad to, but I don't understand what you are saying I'm afraid....I don't know how to reproduce the problem you experience.
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