One of the messaging partners of one of our customers is using cookies for authorization.
This means that at the first request we receive a cookie which needs to be used in all subsequent calls. Currently this is implemented outside of Sonic, so I’m looking for a way to do this inside of Sonic.
In knowledgebase entry P136274 I read that the Sonic MQ routing nodes do not support cookies, meaning that cookie related headers are not propagated through the HTTP routing node.
Is there a proven solution to receive a cookie and sent message with an authorization cookie, or is the only way to create a custom service type which doesn’t use the Sonic routing nodes, thus still implementing it outside of Sonic?