REST.put

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REST.put() Function

 Note: This function can only be used in a Trusted Macro

Introduced in version 1.5.0
Perform an HTTP put request to the specified URL to update an existing resource.

Usage

REST.put(url, payload, mediaType, getFullResponse)
REST.put(url, payload, mediaType, headers, getFullResponse)

Parameters

  • url - String containing the URL to the resource or collection of resources.
  • payload - JSON object containing the key:value pairs.
  • mediaType - String containing a MIME type and charset. See example.
  • headers - JSON object containing header key:value pairs.
  • getFullResponse - Boolean (0:1). Use true(1) to get full response.

Returns

HTTP response as JSON (if full response) or server response, usually JSON but can be XML, HTML, or other formats.

Example

Update a user with a put request.
[h: baseURL = "https://reqres.in"]
[h: path = "/api/users/2"]
[h: mediaType = "application/json; charset=utf-8"]
[h: getFullResponse = 0]

[h: payload = '{ "name": "morpheus", "job": "zion resident" }']

[h: response = REST.put(baseURL + path, payload, mediaType, getFullResponse)]

<br>
<pre>
[r: json.indent(response, 2)]
</pre>

Returns:

{
  "name": "morpheus",
  "job": "zion resident",
  "updatedAt": "2019-03-17T22:49:52.188Z"
}

See Also