So when you call REST API, there are several ways to input the data — both GET and POST.
The common GET method API is using query string, while for POST usually using body.
“page=2&lang=id” is what we called query-string in http transport. It’s located in outbound->transport->request.
we can also use query-parameters for alternative. It’s actually similar to query-string.
<tp:query-parameters xmlns:tp="http://www.bea.com/wli/sb/transports/http"> <tp:parameter name="page" value="2" /> <tp:parameter name="lang" value="id" /> </tp:query-parameters>
But i found out lately that several services can only be called using the latter one.
Well, it’s all depend on what client-backend-or-we want.