<MvCALL>

 
Uses the HTTP/1.1 protocol to emulate a browser and contact a remote or local host. HTML, XML, and other pages can be requested from or posted to the remote URI. Page data is returned one tag at a time inside the <MvCALL> loop.
Syntax
<MvCALL ACTION = "string: {  expression } | literal"
        METHOD = "GET|POST|HEAD|XML|RAW|OPTIONS|PUT|DELETE|TRACE|CONNECT|PATCH|LINK|UNLINK"
        CONTENT-TYPE = "string: {  expression } | literal"
        FIELDS = "{ expression } | variable list"
        FILES = "{ expression } | literal"
        CERTFILE = "{ expression } | literal"
        CERTTYPE = "{ expression } | literal"
        CERTPASS = "{ expression } | literal"
        CERTVALUE = "{ expression } | literal"
        TIMEOUT = "{ expression } | literal"
        HEADERS = "{ expression } | literal">

        <MvCALLSTOP>
        <MvCALLCONTINUE>

</MvCALL>
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User Annotations: MvCALL
William Gilligan : bill at, orangemarmaladeinc d0t com
08/10/2017 23:47 p.m.
To use MvCall to delete a resource - ie., a customers bank card info from a secure site.
<MvAssign name = "l.crlf" value = "{  asciichar(13) $ asciichar(10) }">

<MvCall action = "{ 'https://thecardcompany.com/v2/customers/customerID/cards/identifier' }" HEADERS = "{ 'Authorization: Bearer ' $ myToken $ l.crlf }" CONTENT-TYPE = "application/json" METHOD = "DELETE" FIELDS = "">
    <MvAssign name = "Resp" value = "{ callvalue }">
</MvCall>