XI APIs to access SOAP Header Tags

Hi Forum,
The way we use DynamicConfiguration class from com.sap.aii.mapping.api.* API, to access file names etc,
is there classes available for accessing other tags in the SOAP Header, for example ReliableMessaging, PerformanceHeader, etc

U can look into Adapter Specific attributes for soap adapter also. If you want to transfer header fields, set the relevant indicator for Variable Header in the SOAP communication channel. This is generic for header fields. Not sure about the particual fields
Regards,
Prateek

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