Nowadays Rest API is the most widely used way to share data, In which many API returns a subset of complete data in form of page. Sometimes we need to append
Nowadays Rest API is the most widely used way to share data, In which many API returns a subset of complete data in form of page.
Sometimes we need to append multiple query param in the URL to get some specific and filtered data.
In this blog, we will learn how to generate dynamic URLs by adding query param and get data.
Knime platform supports Rest interface with Get-Request and Post-Request Node.
Below is the Knime Analytic workflow which include all the Knime Nodes required to access Rest API in this
blog are as below:
This node is with default configuration, It read the table from the native Knime format, The Performance is
The Loop Start is the node that starts a loop that is executed a predefined number of times. At the end of the loop you need LoopEnd, which collects the results from all loop iterations. All nodes in between are executed as many times as you specify in the dialog of LoopStart.
In this node configuration we give the number of time the loop will run.
This node evaluates a mathematical expression based on the values in a row or given expression. The computed results can be either appended as a new column or a variable.
In this node we configure the increment on the loop index, in this case, it is increasing by 1.
This node Manipulates strings like Search and Replace, to Uppercase remove leading and trailing white spaces.
Here this node will append the page number to the fix part of URL
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Who starts good ends even better? I am pretty sure that on your data journey you came across some courses, videos, articles, maybe use cases where someone takes some data.
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Suppose you are looking to book a flight ticket for a trip of yours. Now, you will not go directly to a specific site and book the first ticket that you see.
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