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1.0.0.1 Initial Release

Properties

Connection

Type: Connection Input
The Connection Property

BaseUrl
Type: String

The BaseUrl is where the intended API calls are expected to route to, by default this should be "https://seller-api.takealot.com/".


ApiKey
Type: Password
Your API Key, retriable via the Takealot portal. Used for authentication.

ReturnRestFailureResponses
Type: Boolean
When True, the 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.


OperationId

Type: String Input
Populated by a GUID relevant to the selected Sample.

Request

Type: Multiline Text Input
The Request JSON payload, operations that include inserting or updating data in Takealot will use this.

Response

Type: Multiline Text Output
The Response JSON payload, contains the response received from the Takealot API.

ResponseCode

Type: String Input
The Response Code as returned by the API server, 200 for success, 500 for error, etc.

Description

Type: String Input
The description of the API call selected through the dynamic samples.

Custom Inputs

Custom inputs are automatically created for the node when a sample containing url parameters has been selected. Url parameters that are part of the API call are required, while query type parameters can be removed or added based on individual need.
Example: The custom input "id" from the GET Company from ID api call is required, while the custom input "pageSize" from Get Agreements is not required.

All url parameters are determined through the OpenAPI document and are applied on selection of a sample, delete all custom properties that you will not be using.

Node Samples

Access Node Samples to see a list of available calls.

See Also

https://seller-api.takealot.com/api-docs/#/


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