The following is a guide to the Data Types available at Request/Response body level, and those available when defining Connector Fields.

Request/Response Data Types

These data types can be set to define the format of the entire request/response.

Data Type Description
Unknown Passes no Content-Type/Accept Header
Xml Passes a Content-Type/Accept header of application/xml
Json Passes a Content-Type/Accept header of application/json
Form Passes a Content-Type/Accept header of application/x-www-form-urlencoded
File For uploading a file using multipart/form-data
PlainText Passes/returns unformatted text
SimpleFile For uploading and downloading files from the body
MultipartRelated (Supported for use in Request Only)

Field formats

These data types can be set to define the format of the individual fields in the request/response.

Data Type Description Example Value
Boolean Example true
DateTime Example 2022-04-17T01:34:40.24Z
Decimal Number, rounded to 12 decimal places 123.456789012346
Integer Example 123
Float Number, rounded to 14 decimal places 123.45678901234568
Text Value will be stored as a string "abc"
File Holds the contents of a file n/a
Undefined Value will be passed unformatted n/a
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