It turns out that the SetRequest method of roURLtransfer supports this:
This is now published in the online SDK:
http://sdkdocs.roku.com/display/sdkdoc/ ... eqasString
"RokuJoel" wrote:Works for me, thanks again.
My understanding is, any verb, but you might have to experiment with if you need to use asyncgettostring() vs asyncpostfromstring() to make them work properly.
I was originally trying to send a json object as the request body, then use .postFromString(), and that was not working (sending as a POST instead of as a DELETE).
Can you clarify please - are you saying that .getToString() honors prior .setRequest() but .postFromString() overrides it?