If you are asking what does the request look like when accessing an API
that is deployed in IWS, you should take a look at the swagger document
associated with the API. You can take the swagger document and import it
into various UI tools that generate a sample request. One such tool is
swagger editor, found at:

https://swagger.io/tools/swagger-editor/



"WEB400" <web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 11/04/2019 01:45:40
PM:

From: Kelley <kelley.work@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 11/04/2019 01:45 PM
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [WEB400] Looking for an example
Sent by: "WEB400" <web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi all,

I've developed a service program that is setup as a web service in IWS.
I can use my browser to get a response from IWS in the from of JSON
formatted data (I know this is a basic thing, but it's the first time
I've done it and it's cool). I also have a web page that displays a bar
chart.

What I'm having trouble finding is what I need in HTML to access the web

service and parse the data into parameters I can use to build the bar
chart. Can anyone point me to an example? I've found a number of ways to

do this with other web service providers, but I'm not sure what the
syntax looks like for IWS.

Thanks,

Kelley




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