In PostMan I'm able to pass a json in the body to a HTTP:GET.

How can this be resolved in SQL Anywhere

I have created this function.

create function PM_GetConnectionShippingLineTariff(in in_Json long varchar,in baseurl long varchar)
returns long varchar
URL '!baseurl/api/fetch-connection-shipping-line-tariff'
TYPE 'HTTP:GET'
SET 'HTTP(VERSION=1.1)'
HEADER 'Accept: application/json'

What do I need to change to pass the in_Json in the body of the request?

asked 05 Jul, 07:15

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edited 05 Jul, 07:15


A GET request does not contain a body according to the HTTP specification. If you want to send a document in the body then you need to use a POST request. To do this, you could just change your definition to be TYPE 'HTTP:POST', but you may also want to change the function's name to be PM_Post...

HTH

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answered 05 Jul, 09:08

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