the url: https://www.jeffersonvaughn.com/Core-i-Product-Downloads/

does not work ?









From: "Jay Vaughn" <jeffersonvaughn@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "Web Enabling the IBM i (AS/400 and iSeries)"
<web400@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 29/07/2020 02:24 AM
Subject: Re: [WEB400] IWS, REST and retrieving variables from
QUERY_STRING
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Beware... dreaded vendor input...

Iws and pcml can carry some unnecessary overhead.

Passing straight customized Json requests/responses is much more efficient
and flexible.

That’s why I created this.
Be sure to view video demos of api consumption by .net core application.

https://www.jeffersonvaughn.com/Core-i-Product-Downloads/


On Jul 28, 2020, at 12:09 PM, Marco Facchinetti
<marco.facchinetti@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Robert, is there a specific reason not to use IWS builtin capacity
to
deliver parsed parameters to the called RPG *PGM/*SRVPGM?

Just curious about other developers' use of IWS.

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Il giorno mar 28 lug 2020 alle ore 15:46 Robert Rogerson <
rogersonra@xxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:

Hi All,

I'm creating a REST webservice/api and using IWS. I'm then using
Postman
to test the webservice. All the endpoints call procedures in a service
program..

I have an endpoint /web/server/claims which will call the RPG procedure
GetAllClaims which returns all claims. I have tested this with
Postman
and it works correctly.

My next step is to add a filter. So I call the same endpoint but this
time
I pass a parameter of whid. So the endpoint now becomes
/web/server/claims/?whid=93 which will call the RPG procedure
GetAllClaims
but this time I need to extract the parameter passed in the
QUERY_STRING to
return only claims for warehouse 93.

Can someone point me to either documentation or an example of how to
specify and extract from the QUERY_STRING. I've done a lot of
searching on
Google but I must not be searching on the correct terms because I can't
find anything on QUERY_STRING other than that you may specify it..

Thanks,

Rob
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