I've seen the below questions, but I cant seem to get this to work (without a custom script) for an HTTP Client GET Operation in which a gzip compressed file is returned in the response. I've set the "Accept-Encoding" header in the request to "gzip", but the response is still fully compressed when I test the operation. I have found that the response header does not contain any "Content-Encoding" field to indicate that it is gzip, but I do know that the response is in fact returned as a binary file compressed using gzip. Maybe this is what is needed in order to Boomi to automatically unzip the response?
In 2011, this questiion/answer indicates that custom scripting and inclusion of the gzip jar is needed.
What's the best way to unzip a gzip or non-winzip compressed file?
In 2013, this question/answer indicates that this is handled automatically in the HTTP connector and that custom scripting is not needed.
Can the HTTP Client Operation accept gzip compressed HTTP input stream?