I forgot to use my brain. The first case uses the Get method and the second uses the Create method.
So.. now my only issue is to explain to the owner of the remote system why I just can't read the response...
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So, the way that Remedy is structured, if you are doing a Create, the only thing you can get back is the 'request id', which in some cases, isn't all that helpful...so, if you need to do a post (create), but need to get the returned body, you can always do the POST in a Get Method (sounds counter intuitive, I know)....if you have other calls against the same REST API that are already using the Get Method...create another Table entry and another vendor form against the same service and define the first one as a GET/GET, and the other as a GET/POST.
Yes, it was the different behaviour in the postman and mitider windows I had opened side by side that threw me off.
I knew how both worked, yet somehow the visuals threw me off.
The weirdest part in this is that I used your tip of using a POST in the Get Method for authorization. For the same exact reason.
I think it is time for a vacation.