currently GET does now allow to provide a BODY as input.
However, for example elasticsearch does require a BODY for GET operations.
In Postman one can do this too.
Therefore this is either a bug or an incomplete implementation of GET specification.
Or I am missing something
Looking forward your advice on how to do a GET call using the BODY… for example for doing a query to an elasticsearch engine. Thankyou
The only way to resolve the problem is using a JavaSnippet that uses the elasticsearch jar libraries
Of course would be great if someone would make nodes available for that purpose.
Alternatively, one could use the external tool approach to call postman or newman, or use the jar interface to call postman .
@danielesser has some “in the pipeline”. I don’t know how usable they are currently, but I suggest you get in touch with him to check the current state (and encourage him to release them soon )
We have plans to improve our current REST nodes and this is a feature that is commonly requested. No dates to release it yet though.
Elastic Search supports a lot of functionality purely through query parameters, is it possible to modify your request to just use these and not require a request body or is it quite a complicated query that you are making?
Quick heads-up to what @qqilihq already mentioned two posts above. We released the free Elasticsearch Nodes a couple of weeks ago. These nodes allow you to easily query Elasticsearch without the hassle to deal with REST nodes. Maybe you want to give them a try:
Examples on how to use them can be found in my NodePit Space:
Let me know if something does not work. Happy to help and add new functionality (e.g., cluster management, adding documents) going forward!
Kudos for finally releasing these!!!