Upon receiving the request, the Web server will send an HTTP response back to the client.
In this exchange the header will contain the parameters below:
The following shows a response headers after a POST request.
For example, as CPO you can use the ProcessID included in the HTTP response header to track transactions such as PushEvseData or PushEvseStatus and have an overview of the transactions in your backend. Having the Process-ID will make easier to find the details of the request in the process monitor.