Common data models - JSON response body schema in HTTP requests

Hi,

I don't want to overload this forum with my concerns (private support units will be booked by my company soon anyway).

But I believe that the following problem is of interest to several users:

The content of any custom HTTP request is unfortunately not displayed in the community recipe templates. But this would be very helpful for the learning process. I could not find any help in the whole Wrike and Workato docs how to design the JSON response bodies (common data models).

https://developers.wrike.com/api/v4/attachments/ for example is not described in great detail and doesn't help regarding how to design the data model schema.

Is there a link to a page which could help me better?

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Hello Thomas Winkler, I can see that our Advanced Support experts replied to you already via email, but I'm reposting their reply here just in case it's helpful to other Community members 🤓

Detailed JSON response schemas can be found on our Developers page by expanding each particular method call. In case of Attachments it looks like this: 


Speaking about custom HTTP requests in Wrike Integrate, indeed, the data schema doesn't get defined automatically. However, you can always run a test Job for your recipe containing the call, open the output of custom-call step, copy the response, and paste it into the JSON response body. Attaching a few screenshots for reference:
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​​Please let us know if you have any questions 🙋🏻‍♀️​​

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