How to use Postman and PowerShell to Query API Data

How to use Postman and PowerShell to Query API Data

Postman and PowerShell

In this video, I demonstrate how to use Postman, a free API development and testing tool, to format URL’s and make requests against web endpoints and use those URL’s to get data in PowerShell.  I also give a quick walk through of viewing the data in PowerShell.

Referenced Links:
Postman:
https://www.postman.com/
Open Weather:
https://openweathermap.org/api
Oxford Dictionary (Prototype option is limited free)
https://developer.oxforddictionaries.com/?tag=#plans

2 thoughts on “How to use Postman and PowerShell to Query API Data”

  1. FEROSKHAN HASNEKHAN

    I have one scenario. I have 5 log analytic workspaces. I want to move all the logs from those workspace to one workspace. Do you have any idea

  2. Hi Travis,

    I am trying to work with invoke-restmethod for the first time. I have a URL from our HR provider. I know this URL works as I get an output in Postman using the key in the header. However when I use invoke-restmethod in PowerShell I get no out put.

    PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> $params

    Name Value
    —- —–
    ContentType application/json
    Method GET
    Headers {X-SFAPI-AppName, X-SFAPI-RSAKey, X-SFAPI-Account}
    Uri https://sfcola1.dataon.com/sfapi/index.cfm?endpoint=/philippinedemo_FULL_SDP_Emp_Info

    PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> (Invoke-RestMethod @params).length
    0

    Can you please help me out what could be wrong or what is causing the no output in the Invoke-RestMethod command?

    Thanks
    Ivan

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