HTTP Adapter-Specific Message Attributes

Hello,
can someone help me to configure an url-parameter in HTTP Sender Adapter (adapter specific attributes).
I need the paramter customer_number for the call BAPI_SALESORDER_GETLIST.
My Question:
How can I configure the parameter and after that how can I use this paramter in the url?
thanks for help
regards
alex

Alexander,
Dont think this is possible.
From note : 839803
<i>Are HTTP header fields supported in the inbound?
The HTTP client may use HTTP header fields, however, they are not analyzed and are not available in the XI processing.</i>
Regards
Bhavesh

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