HTTP panels allow you to make API requests. You can make GET, POST, PUT, HEAD, or DELETE requests.
When DataStation understands the file format (because it recognized
the URL's file extension or the HTTP response's
or because you overrode the response content type) it will try to put data
in array of objects format.
The exceptions to this are JSON responses (they can be any structure) and when you override the content type to be plain text.
The URL, headers, and HTTP body in an HTTP panel can include macros. This allows you to, for example, POST the results of one panel to a web server.
Read more about macros here.
Supported file formats
HTTP panels can handle all the same file formats that file panels can.
If you define an SSH connection you will be able to select the server to proxy your HTTP request through an SSH tunnel.
For example, this screenshot demonstrates querying
the remote server.
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Last edited May 26, 2022.