Making PUT and GET Responses

Hello guys,

I’m new in working with RESTful APIs. For my case I want to make an PUT Request and then GET it.
I made an PUT Request and it worked.

But now I want to make an GET Request. Can I somehow make so that GET Request will automatically take PUT Requests statementId and bind it to the link.

I’m really new for making such things and sorry if I asked a dumb question.


have a look here -

As soon as you are able to get guid from the response, it is easy to put it into next request URI.

import static com.kms.katalon.core.testobject.ObjectRepository.findTestObject

import com.kms.katalon.core.testobject.RequestObject
import com.kms.katalon.core.testobject.ResponseObject
import com.kms.katalon.core.webservice.keyword.WSBuiltInKeywords as WS

// here comes GUID from your parsed response
String myGuid = UUID.randomUUID()

RequestObject ro = findTestObject("Misc/WStest")
ro.setRestUrl(String.format(ro.getRestUrl(), myGuid))

ResponseObject resp = WS.sendRequest(ro)

Your URI should look like this:

// %s instead of GUID

Okay Marek, I will review that and will try to make that.

How should i change URL ? my ULR looks like that, last 1 is the accountId. and I’m making Put request then I should make GET Request.

EDIT: Oh, I had written myGuid second time wrong my bad. Case was executed well, but where did output go ? Also I dont get it now how to make GET Request, sorry for so many questions.

Well, I used your link to parse Json. Now my code looks like that

I was trying to configure GET Request now, when I have id in idValue2. I used GET Requests link so :


I see that you should have your GUID stored in idValue2 string.
Now, as I wrote in previous post, it is time to put it into next request’s URL.

Open your GET_request object and update your URL.
If your URL should look like this:
Set it this way:

Why? See:

RequestObject ro = findTestObject("GET_request")
ro.setRestUrl(String.format(ro.getRestUrl(), idValue2))

ResponseObject resp = WS.sendRequest(ro)

What does happen there?
Using setRestUrl(…), you can update your existing request object to include dynamic GUID (idValue2). And that’s it. :wink:

Note: You won’t be able to use GET_request test object without setting GUID in the test case as it contains only %s wildcard, not actual GUID.

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Hello Marek, Happy new year !

I made everything as you said, but how can I check that code works well ?

RequestObject rog = findTestObject(“GET_Request”)

rog.setRestUrl(String.format(rog.getRestUrl(), idValue2, idValue3, idValue4))

How should I see that ? and is there any way to make it easier ? Can it be modified with variables ?


Edit: When I try to verify my GET_Request it gives me error. Unable to verify response status code (Root cause: com.kms.katalon.core.exception.StepFailedException: Expected status code is ‘200’ but actual status code is ‘422’) In get Request I have now %s and because of that it doesnt give me 200 status code.


what are the other values in String.format method? Did you add any other wildcards into your URL?
Could you send a screenshot of your whole script?

This is my code:

and this is my GET_Request:

and the url should look like that

You must use also other wildcards for all your variables.

More about String.format method -

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Thanks Marek. Only one question, now when I have that link where can i check the output ? I see that I cant run it from GET_Request because it doesnt recognizes %s

But from test case it works well, and now status is 200. But I can’t see the output

Well, my code would work only in a test case. I don’t use Verification in WS request at all.

If you want to see a response in a test case, you can use ResponseObject’s methods to get response text, status etc.

I can have a look at Verification in WS request later, it would be similar.

Thank you for helping me.

I think, that I found what i needed with your link about ResponseObjects.
def bo = WS.sendRequestAndVerify(rog).getResponseBodyContent()

And it prints as raw text in console, so now I can check that everything is working correctly.

I’d recommend to create a response object and pick required information afterwards.

ResponseObject bo = WS.sendRequestAndVerify(rog)
String bodyContent = bo.getResponseBodyContent()
int statusCode = bo.getStatusCode()
// and whatever else you need
System.out.println(statusCode + ": " + bodyContent)

You can also create a condition if statusCode == 200 etc.

Thats much better way ! Can I somehow make a pretty view in console for bodyContent ?

According to this Site it is possible.

Use org.json library. It contains many useful classes for working with JSON.


import org.json.JSONObject

String jString = ''' {
    "id": 1,
    "name": "Leanne Graham",
    "username": "Bret",
    "email": "",
    "address": {
      "street": "Kulas Light",
      "suite": "Apt. 556",
      "city": "Gwenborough",
      "zipcode": "92998-3874",
      "geo": {
        "lat": "-37.3159",
        "lng": "81.1496"

println new JSONObject(jString).toString(4);


Everything in Java is case-sensitive.

I just added java-json.jre and library works now, but anyway i can’t print my respnse body content as pretty view

println new JsonObject(bodyContent).toString(4), I know I’m doing it wrong.