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Status Not under consideration
Workspace App Connect
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 9, 2022

http/2 support for APP connect enterprise

Hello Team,

We are looking for the new industry standard Http/2 for http/soap inbound and outbound nodes.

Thanks in Advance.

Idea priority High
  • Admin
    Ben Thompson
    Mar 17, 2022

    RFE Review. Thank you for taking the time to submit this idea for enhancement. We are closing this particular item as "Not Under Consideration" as it is a direct duplicate of a longer standing RFE which has already gathered 9 votes from several other customers, so we would rather consolidate registered interest on that item. On the topic of the use case, typically the popularity for HTTP 2 has been around minification of UI responses/images etc. so we're intrigued on what use case is aimed to be implemented in the message flow which requires HTTP 2 (typically flows wouldn't be used for rendering a UI and would be more about a runtime use case) ... or is this not about an unachieveable use case and just a tick box exercise for future compliance? Any thoughts on this aspect would be gratefully received on the other idea which you can find here: