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The address to be fetched is a get request. There are userid and token in the header. How to write the url_index.headers in the

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The address to be fetched is a get request. There are userid and token in the header. How to write the url_index.headers in the

The address to be fetched is a get request. There are userid and token in the header. How to write the url_index.headers in the fetching rule
Request Header:
userID : test
token : 54E4596CC3C8B819E6C3480C1B47BFBB
Content-Type : application/x-www-form-urlencoded

Response Header:
Transfer-Encoding : chunked
backendCode : 200
Server : nginx/1.15.8
Connection : close
Date : Sat, 14 Mar 2020 04:35:20 GMT
Content-Type : application/json;charset=UTF-8

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the real question you should be worried about is is the token fixed or does it change?

anyway the way to add them is with customheader.example..
url_index.headers {customheader=usedID=test}

userID : test
this is in json format and you need to convert it to hmtl to use with webgrab,thats the [space]:[space] is changed to a = sign.

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