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GET Request


Creates a get request to a rest service

Input Ports

Name dataType sourceType required description
Request URL text link-manual true The path to the rest service
Headers dataItem link-manual false Headers are an important part of the API request and response as they represent the meta-data associated with the API request and response.
Query dataItem link-manual false These options are being appended to the Request URL
Header options
Type Description
Authorization Carries credentials containing the authentication information of the client for the resource being requested.
WWW-Authenticate This is sent by the server if it needs a form of authentication before it can respond with the actual resource being requested. Often sent along with a response code of 401, which means ‘unauthorized’.
Accept-Charset This is a header which is set with the request and tells the server about which character sets are acceptable by the client.
Content-Type Indicates the media type (text/html or text/JSON) of the response sent to the client by the server, this will help the client in processing the response body correctly.
Cache-Control This is the cache policy defined by the server for this response, a cached response can be stored by the client and re-used till the time defined by the Cache-Control header.
  • If the service requires a JWT Token to authenticate, you are required to specify the Authotization header value with a Bearer token.
Query parameters
  • The query data-items are the where clause of your get request, the data-items specified must exist for it to take effect.


  • The user wants to get rows with a where clause from a server
  • The user wants to get all the rows from a server

Use case


  • Request URL: https://example/api
  • Headers:
  • Query:
Experienced tips
  • If the rest service is public, it is not required to specify the JWT token inside of the Headers
  • If you want to get all the rows, leave the query parameters empty


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