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HTTP is a generic endpoint type that can be configured for a specific endpoint to use as a source or target in Harmony Design Studio.
These pages are included in this topic:
- HTTP Source
This page covers how to create an HTTP source in Harmony Design Studio and explains how to use each configurable option available in the HTTP source configuration.
- HTTP Target
This page covers how to create an HTTP target in Harmony Design Studio and explains how to use each configurable option available in the HTTP target configuration.
- REST API Tutorial
Jitterbit Harmony can be used to consume any RESTful web service, also known as a REST API. As REST APIs are HTTP-based, you connect to them using an HTTP source or HTTP target in Harmony Design Studio. This tutorial walks through a complete example of how to consume REST APIs in Jitterbit Harmony. The intended audience is someone who is unfamiliar with REST APIs and the testing of them, and has a basic knowledge of Jitterbit Harmony.
- Using NetSuite TBA by Calling a RESTlet from an HTTP Source or Target
This page describes how to use NetSuite token-based authentication (TBA) by calling a RESTlet from an HTTP source or target in Harmony Design Studio. This is demonstrated for each common HTTP method: GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE. Prior to configuring TBA in Jitterbit Harmony, see Jitterbit's recommendations for enabling TBA in NetSuite.