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Testers using the test project servlet or component test explorer may run into this issue:If modules don't propagate HTTP headers, the test case response will not come back. If the HTTP header is not available from the HTTP binding when the response is being created, the comptest HTTP handler will throw an NPE. A 500 error will be displayed instead. Missing headers can result from user errors such as maps that don't map header contents. And it seems to be a problem when using JMS bindings. The HTTP binding is used when running test cases outside IID, such as using the CTE. The only function that will not work when this NPE is fixed is when a parameter is added to the URL that specifies whether to use a JUnit-compatible response format (which would only be when the user calls the test project servlet directly, so when not using IID or the CTE).
A work around is available for the maps that don't map the header: either map the header at the top level, or select /body as the mapping root.
This fix will be included in the upcoming releases.
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