The HTTP BizApp is a powerful connector to use into almost any platform that supports HTTP/HTTPS connectivity. Below are some examples of the connector using the popular site postman-echo.com

⚠️ When using each type of HTTP statement it is important that vendor documentation be followed. Each vendor has specific requirements for sending headers and authorizations.

HTTP - GET

The HTTP - GET command is used to retrieve a resource. Consider the following request: https://postman-echo.com/get?foo1=bar1&foo2=bar2

Here is the request breakdown:

  • URL: postman-echo.com

  • EndPoint: /get

  • Parameter / Value: foo1 / bar1

  • Parameter / Value: foo2 / bar2

Example Configuration:

Example Execution Results:

HTTP - PUT

The HTTP - PUT command is used to change or update a resource. Consider the following request: https://postman-echo.com/put

Information sent in a PUT request can either be sent as Body Text or Query String Parameters. The below example will demonstrate the Body Text style.

Here is the request breakdown:

  • URL: postman-echo.com

  • EndPoint: /put

  • Body: This is expected to be sent back as part of response body.

Example Configuration:

Example Execution Results:

HTTP - DELETE

The HTTP - DELETE command is used to remove a resource. Consider the following request: https://postman-echo.com/delete

Information sent in a PUT request can either be sent as Body Text or Query String Parameters. The below example will demonstrate the Body Text style.

Here is the request breakdown:

  • URL: postman-echo.com

  • EndPoint: /delete

  • Body: This is expected to be sent back as part of response body.

Example Configuration:

Example Execution Results:

HTTP - POST

The HTTP - POST command is used to place a resource. Consider the following request: https://postman-echo.com/post

Post: Body Text

Here is the request breakdown for posting via Body Text:

  • URL: postman-echo.com

  • EndPoint: /post

  • Body: This is expected to be sent back as part of response body.

Example Configuration:

Example Execution Results:

Post: Form Values

Here is the request breakdown for posting via Form values:

  • URL: postman-echo.com

  • EndPoint: /post

  • Form Value Name / Value: foo1 / bar1

  • Form Value Name / Value: foo2 / bar2

📓 Notice in this example the Content-Type has been explicitly called out.

Example Configuration:

Example Execution Results:

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