Behavioral changes denote a marked change in behavior from the previously released version to this version of Ambari. There are no behavioral changes in this version when compared to the previously released version.
|Hortonworks Bug ID||Apache Component||Apache JIRA||Summary||Details|
|AMBARI-9016||Ambari API uses HTTP Header Content-Type:text/plain when the content is JSON||
Ambari REST API is expecting "Content-Type" HTTP header set to "text/plain" even though content is in JSON format. If client specified the same header with the value of "application/json", Ambari threw HTTP 500 error.
Previous Behavior:Ambari behaviour was misleading forcing the user to use "text/plain" Content-Type header in HTTP clients.
Ambari expects "application/json" Content-Type header.Expected Customer Action:Revise any custom code which uses the Ambari REST API and take actions if needed