CRUD is a cycle for keeping records current and permanent. The principles of the CRUD cycle are defined as CREATE, READ/RETRIEVE, UPDATE, and DELETE. We can achieve CRUD operations in LEAPWORK by using the HTTP Request block.
CREATE: It is used to generate new records. Use the POST method to create a resource identified by a service-generated URI.
READ: Using the GET method to implement the “R” in CRUD is straightforward. It reads the data based on input parameters.
UPDATE: Use the PUT method to create or overwrite a resource identified by a URI computed by the client. It is used to modify the records.
DELETE: It deletes a record where specified. When a resource is no longer useful, it can send a DELETE request to the resource’s URI and delete that record.
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