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PropertyDescription
insertPath (required)Denotes the path (relative to webserver root) where the webservice is located
insertMethod (required)Denotes the HTTP method to use: PUT, POST, GET and DELETE are allowed
insertEncoding (optional)Denotes the encoding used to send to the target webservice. application/json and application/x-www-form-urlencoded are supported. The first one is used by default to POST and PUT requests. The second one is used by default for GET and DELETE requests
insertCheck (optional)Denotes a script that will check whether the invocation has been successful or not. Each json attribute received from target web service will be available as context variables
insertHeader (optional)Optional HTTP header(s) to send. More than one header can be sent by adding multiple propertis .....Header1, .Header2, and so on
insertParams (requiredoptional)Type in the attributes that will be sent to the rest server. If this property is not set, all attributes will be sent.

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PropertyDescription
updatePath (required)Denotes the path (relative to webserver root) where the webservice is located
updateMethod (required)

Denotes the HTTP method to use: PUT, POST, GET and DELETE are allowed

updateEncoding (optional)Denotes the encoding used to send to the target webservice. application/json and application/x-www-form-urlencoded are supported. The first one is used by default to POST and PUT requests. The second one is used by default for GET and DELETE requests
updateCheck (optional

Denotes a script that will check whether the invocation has been successful or not. Each JSON attribute received from target web service will be available as context variables

updateHeader (optional)Optional HTTP header(s) to send. More than one header can be sent by adding multiple propertis .....Header1, .Header2, and so on
updateParams (requiredoptional)Type in the attributes that will be sent to the rest server. If this property is not set, all attributes will be sent.

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PropertyDescription
deletePath (required)Denotes the path (relative to webserver root) where the webservice is located
deleteMethod (required)Denotes the HTTP method to use: PUT, POST, GET and DELETE are allowed
deleteEncoding (optional)Denotes the encoding used to send to the target webservice. application/json and application/x-www-form-urlencoded are supported. The first one is used by default to POST and PUT requests. The second one is used by default for GET and DELETE requests
deleteCheck (optional)Denotes a script that will check wether the invokation has been successful or not. Each json attribute received from target web service will be available as context variables
deleteHeader (optional)Optional HTTP header(s) to send. More than one header can be sent by adding multiple propertis .....Header1, .Header2, and so on
deleteParams (requiredoptional)Type in the attributes that will be sent to the rest server. If this property is not set, all attributes will be sent.
preventDeletion (required)Set to false to enable delete method

Attributes

You may map the attributes of the target system with the Soffid available attributes.

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