Overview

Performs an HTTP DELETE request, returning the result of this request and the response headers. On input, takes a required URL input and optional header, body, and query inputs.

Authentication Types

For more information on available authentication types, see this topic.

Input Fields

  • URL (text): required URL for HTTP DELETE request
  • headers (Section): If required for the HTTP DELETE request to the specified URL, create headers by specifying an input name equal to the key (e.g. “Content-Type”) and then specifying a value for the input (e.g. “application/json”). Information on headers required for your HTTP DELETE request should be specified by the provider of the URL.
  • query (Section): If necessary for the HTTP DELETE request to the specified URL, create query string parameters by specifying an input name equal to the key (e.g. “page”) and then specifying a value for the input (e.g. “1”). Information on the query string parameters available for your HTTP DELETE request should be specified by the provider of the URL.
  • body (Section): If required for the HTTP DELETE request to the specified URL, create a request body by specifying an input name equal to the key (e.g. “id”) and then specifying a value for the input (e.g. “123”). Information on the request body required for your HTTP DELETE request should be specified by the provider of the URL.

Note: There is a known issue when attempting to pass a request body in an HTTP DELETE request. Use the body input field of an HTTP Raw Request.

Output Fields

  • statusCode (Number): the status (200, 404, etc) associated with the DELETE request
  • body (Section): using syntax similar to the outputs for Get Multiple, specify optional paths that allow retrieving values from the response body
  • headers (Section): specify optional keys that allow retrieving values from the response headers