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This doesn't work, since the HTTP/1.1 200 OK is the HTTP status, rather than the response. By definition, the response of a HEAD request is empty, which is what you're seeing.

Now, the HTTP Client Origin does put the HTTP headers in record header attributes, but the status line is not a header, so it's not there either. In addition, it looks like the origin doesn't create any records if the response is empty.

Please open an issue at to add HTTP status to the record header in the HTTP Client Origin and Processor, and to create a record with empty contents if the HTTP response is empty.