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Can I return json from a service call?

Chas Digal 6 years ago in Server / Execution • updated by Gandalf 6 years ago 1

Most API's these days allow a variety of return types. What types can I offer without having to build it into everything I do and still have it as XML

service execution
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Gandalf 6 years ago

You can return XML or JSON. By default the system will return XML from any service call. The caller can define the response type as json by placing a .json after the name of the service they are calling. eg
http://127.0.0.1:1234/services/BringBackTheATeam.json?VoteMail=...

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Human interaction / webpage

Chas Digal 6 years ago in Server / Execution • updated by Gandalf 5 years ago 0

Front ends or webpages would be awesome.

web
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Gandalf 5 years ago
Yes, this is now in the pipeline!
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View in browser not passing parameters from Querystring

Alex Hampel 6 years ago in Server / Execution • updated by Gandalf 6 years ago 0

If I execute in debug mode it works correctly using an assign/passing in parameter values



if I use an assign just after start, it works correctly and returns the expected result in the browser




If I take out the assign and pass in the values in a querystring from the browser it appears as if they're not being passed through





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Gandalf 6 years ago

All done. You can now also add .json to the end of the service you are calling! Give it a try and let us know what you think.

PS You dont need to put the [[ ]] into the query string: ?FName=Alex&SName=Hampel