Set content type header to multipart/form-data.
- forceMultiPart Boolean representing whether the request contains multipart data (e.g. images, files) as opposed to plain text. The default is false.
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This method must be called before the file is scraped.
Occasionally a site will expect a multi-part request when a file is not being sent in the request.
If you include a file upload parameter under the parameters tab of the scrapeable file the request will automatically be multi-part.
Specify that Request contains Files
// Will cause the request to be made as a multi-part request.
scrapeableFile.setForceMultiPart( true );