This scenario describes a three-component Job that updates the information of a list of users to a remote database through a REST service using the HTTP POST method. When executed, the Job displays the client-server message exchange information on the Run console.
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The user information to be updated to the server is stored in a CSV file, which looks like the following:
id;first_name;last_name 1;John;Smith 2;Martin;Reagan 3;James;White 4;Jenny;Jackson 5;Robert;Thomson
If you are a Talend Open Studio for ESB user, create a Job as described in REST service accepting HTTP POST requests and run the Job as a REST server to expose a REST service that accepts HTTP POST requests. Upon execution of the Job, the console displays the service implementation information, including the service endpoint URL, which is http://localhost:8045/users in this example. If you enter http://localhost:8045/users?_wadl in your Web browser, you should see the service definition information like the following:
If you are not a Talend Open Studio for ESB user, then you need to get the service-related information from your REST service provider including the URL, the resource path, and the data structure, and make necessary modifications in the scenario configurations accordingly.