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How to use query parameters to tailor REST service responses for the GET operation

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edited Jan 31, 2020 12:53PM in Supplier Management 6 comments

Summary

The REST service GET operation is used to retrieve details of a supplier and its child entities. This response can be tailored to fit specific requirements using the query parameters.

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Let’s look at some of the frequently used query parameters and their use cases:

  • Query Parameter: fields
    This can be used to filter the list of attributes returned in the response payload.
    Format:?fields=Attribute1,Attribute2
    Format for fields in child resource: ?fields=Accessor1:Attribute1,Attribute2

    e.g: If the response payload should have just a few selected attribute values instead of all, then you can use this query parameter along with the request URL.

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