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Consuming Web API built in .net core application

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12-01-2021

I would like to know how to consume web api services built on a .net core web aplication inside livecycle designer. for example:

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lets say the address is:

https://server/api/institutions/1/fees/

 

inside livecycle designer the current way i am doing it is with WSDL soap web services 

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Please advice @workflowuser 

 

 

 

 

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not possible to use that Data Connection UI to invoke REST API  - the reason being in WSDL we have the information about the input and output parameters. However you can invoke your REST endpoint using the HTTP  Postbutton