The web service task facilitates the sending of requests to web services and the retrieval of corresponding responses. By utilizing the web service task, you can establish communication with remote web services and exchange data in a standardized manner. This task allows you to interact with various web service endpoints by sending HTTP requests and handling the received responses.
The web service task is commonly used for integration purposes, enabling the seamless exchange of data and interaction with external systems or services over the web. It serves as a powerful tool for integrating with APIs, performing data synchronization, or fetching information from remote sources in a standardized and efficient manner.
Name- The display name of the task.
Connector- Previosly configured Web service connector.
URL- Endpoint of a third-party service.
Method- HTTP method (GET, PUT,..).
Accept- File type (application/json, text/html,..).
Headers- List of HTTP headers
Cookies- Required cookies for authentication and/or request customization.
Content-type- Original MIME type of the resource prior to any encoding.
Data- Body of the HTTP request
File to upload- Content ID of a file that will be uploaded.
Log on complete- Prints the response in the business log.
Response- HTTP response from the third-party service.