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HTTP: Using the HTTP adapter
Sun, Nov 6, 2016 at 10:57 PM - Advanced tutorial (coding knowledge required) Note: The HTTP adapter is split into two connectors - Basic and OAuth2. HTTP Connector Authentication Different applications support different authentication structures. Workato enables you to communicate with v...
HTTP: What are the Response Types When Using the HTTP Connector?
Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 1:17 AM - The HTTP Connector accepts 3 formats of responses when processing the response schema from the API calls made. The defined schema here will be used to generate a datatree for this trigger/action, for use in subsequent steps: (Response Types when making request via...
HTTP: How to get Response Body Example for HTTP Triggers/Actions?
Sun, Nov 6, 2016 at 11:05 PM - There are 2 ways to obtain sample output data through HTTP connector. 1. Directly copy from the API of the relevant application An Open API allows user to directly request for the required data and copy into the response body example in the recipe. Simply t...
HTTP: Connecting to your application's API
Fri, Nov 18, 2016 at 6:57 AM - Connecting to your application's API using HTTP How to create a secure connection to your application data using Workato HTTP connector allows users to connect to their favourite application's API to extend the usage of Workato recipe. Users can do so ...
HTTP: Building an action on the HTTP or HTTP (OAuth2) connector
Sun, Nov 6, 2016 at 11:06 PM - You will need to configure the HTTP action to make the specific REST request you have in mind before you can use the action in your recipes. The following shows all the available fields in the action, although most fields are not required. Request name The name...
HTTP: OAuth2 - Connecting to your Application's API
Wed, May 31, 2017 at 1:29 PM - Connecting HTTP (OAuth2) The HTTP (OAuth2) connector supports the authorization code grant variant of the OAuth2 standard. Required components in OAuth 2.0 type connection: Authorization_url Token_url Client_id and client_secret Credentials The auth URL ...
HTTP: Understanding API Docs - Determining Authentication Type
Wed, May 31, 2017 at 1:16 PM - HTTP : Determining type of Authentication When attempting to connect to an application with an open API, it is vital to understand the various process This is a part of "Working with APIs and HTTP connectors" : 1) Identifying Authentication method. This will help you decid...
HTTP: Understanding API Documentation - Determining your action/trigger API endpoint
Wed, May 31, 2017 at 1:16 PM - Getting data out of your application How to determine what is the endpoint of the API to get the right data Check API Documentations All API Documentations always provide the endpoint URL that you need to know for performing a certain actions. This API documentation can usually be re...
HTTP: Make REST Request Action - Response Type
Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 5:39 PM - HTTP REST Request Action : JSON, XML, or Raw HTTP? Determining the rules that will structure the data you will be receiving Data received from an API call can come in different structures. The most common, and widely adopted standard is the JSON format. When making a HTTP call using Workato,...
HTTP: Make REST Request Action - Request Encoding
Wed, May 31, 2017 at 12:49 PM - Understanding Request Encoding What Base64 means, and what option should be the right one for you When sending out a request using Workato's HTTP action, there is an option to choose the type of encoding used. By default and the most common standards, Base64 will usually be used. ...
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