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I want to send an oraclize query as a post function. I use the following syntax:

oraclize_query('URL', 'http://...', json_doc). 

This schema works but without attributes for the html header. How can I add fields to the header (for example: content-typ, host, etc.)?

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This is currently supported within the Oraclize engine itself, however, it has not been implemented yet within Solidity, and is something we will be adding to our to-do list.

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You can add headers with the computation query type. They wrote this library for people to use: https://github.com/oraclize/ethereum-examples/blob/master/solidity/computation-datasource/url-requests/urlRequests.sol

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