Http-connector POST Call with optional query parameter

I am using http-connector to call my rest service.
Do we have any way to set optional query parameter in this?
Can I have some example of that.

Like POST call url: http://localhost:8090/getCustomerDetails?customerId=#{customerId}&Id=#{Id}
Here we can have either customerId or an Id or both in the Query parameter.
But as we can see in the image, I can only configure static url in url input parameter…

Use a script for your URL input. And have the script build your URL with the query params as you see fit with your logic

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Any Example for that…
The variable will be available before the task execution… So how will I access that… And How will I set that…

You change your URL input variable from Type: Text, to Type: Script. Then write a script that returns a String / last executed line returns a string. You could use Javascript or Groovy easily for this.



see for examples of scriptS:

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Trying this…
<camunda:inputParameter name=“url”>
<camunda:script scriptFormat=“javascript”>var a = 'http://localhost:8090/getCustomerDetails?’;
if(${customerId}== null)
return a;</camunda:script>

It’s giving me an error for javascript input parameter

15-Apr-2019 17:33:50.126 WARNING [http-nio-8080-exec-10] org.camunda.bpm.engine.ScriptEvaluationException: Unable to evaluate script while executing activity ‘ServiceTask_198fofb’ in the process definition with id ‘Akku:1:6d9df9b6-5f76-11e9-873f-00155d2c2673’::2:4 Expected ) but found {
if(${customerId}== null)
^ in at line number 2 at column number 4

This parameter has been introduced in the starting of process Instance as an string variable.

That is not JavaScript. You are mixing JavaScript with other things like java expression Lang ${}.

See the scripting docs for Camunda that I linked to above. Read those in detail as they explain exactly how to access variables.

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Thanks a lot Stephen.
It’s working for me.
Thank you very much.

<camunda:script scriptFormat=“javascript”>
var a = 'http://localhost:8090/getCustomerDetails?’;
if(customerId== null)