Executes a Web Request. Use this Connector to access a web page or interact with a REST service (where no specialized connector is available).

Revision History Added support for Host and User-Agent headers. Fixed issue where TrustedCertificateSubject wasn't applied correctly Fixed bug where node times out



Type: Connection Input

Type: String
The username provided for authentication. Authentication is based on 'Basic Auth' and the node will include the username and password as Basic Authorization to the Request Header.

Type: String
The password provided for authentication.

Type: Boolean
When True, the Web Request node will consume any web request errors and return a success state (and follow execution) with a Status Code property output. The Status Code property can then be used to validate and check the web request response. All
other failures (non web request related) will return an error state.

Type: String
An identifier that links multiple Web Request Nodes on the same workflow by sharing the same Cookie Jar.

Type: String
When supplied, forces a certificate to be trusted if part of its subject matches the text supplied in this property. For example, providing the text www.example.com will allow the site www.domain.com to be trusted if it serves a certificate containing the subject www.example.com. Without this setting, the error Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel will be thrown if there is a mismatch between a certificate and the domain being accessed.

Type: String
Enums: None, Deflate, GZip
The decompression type to be applied on the response returned by the server.

Type: String
The Base64 encoded string of the certificate supplied by the destination server.

Type: String
The password to validate the Base64 encoded certificate.


Type: String Input
The URL for the request.


Type: Multiline Text Input
An optional location for custom HTTP headers, passed in the form: {header}:{value} 

SOAPAction: GetCustomer
Accept: text/xml


Type: List Input
Specifies the value to set for the Content-Type Property.
None - Specifies that not Content-Type header should be sent.
Application_Json - Specifies that application/json should be set for the Content-Type header
Application_Xml - Specifies that application/xmlshould be set for the Content-Type header
Text_Html - Specifies that text/htmlshould be set for the Content-Type header
Text_Json - Specifies that text/json should be set for the Content-Type header
Text_Plain - Specifies that text/plain should be set for the Content-Type header
Text_Xml - Specifies that text/xml should be set for the Content-Type header


Type: List Input
The HTTP Method to use use for the request. Note that PostData can only be provided for methods POST and PUT .


Type: String Input
The value that will be sent for the HTTP User-Agent Header. Use  this header to emulate a specific browser.


Type: Multiline Text Input
The request payload. This property is only valid when Method is POST  or PUT .


Type: List Input
Indicates how the response should be processed to the ResponseBody  Property
Text - Indicates that the response should be presented as a string
Binary - Indicates that the response should be converted to a byte array (byte)


Type: String Input
The HTTP Status code that was returned by the server.


Type: Multiline Text Output
Contains all headers that were returned by the server.


Type: Multiline Text Output
The Response body that was returned by the server.


Use this Connector to invoke a web page or service.

Where multiple steps are required for the integration, share the session by selecting the same Connection on each Web Request Node and ensuring that a SessionKey has been captured into the Connection.

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