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Retain String Format When Sending GET API Call / USING HTTP Call?

ichilddev

Member
Dear Support and Community

Is there a way to retain the format of a string when sending using a GET API?

The flow is as such:

1. Webhook receive JSON String format
2. Extract JSON
3. Send a Message via GET API call

So far the message send out is in garbage.

However, if we use HTTP call on the same POST API, the string format is intact.

Looking forward!
 

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Supreme

Well-known member
Staff member
Hey @ichilddev

We suggest testing the API request using the Postman application first. Once you've done that, you can copy the CURL request from there and directly import it into the API by Pabbly.

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ichilddev

Member
Hey @ichilddev

We suggest testing the API request using the Postman application first. Once you've done that, you can copy the CURL request from there and directly import it into the API by Pabbly.

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Dear Supreme, thanks for your prompt reply and support.

Is there any video i can reference how this CURL request works? Or can I share with you the workflow and you assist in testing one round so that i can understand better.
 

Supreme

Well-known member
Staff member
Is there any video i can reference how this CURL request works?
Here you go -

Additionally, you could share the cURL request that was successful in the Postman application, along with a screenshot. This will allow us to examine it further.
 
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