Once you publish your project, Xapix generates a cURL command (and a Powershell command) so you can test your endpoint locally, as shown in the example below.
From the Home menu, click the endpoint:
In the Publish Project pane of the Pipeline dashboard, copy the cURL command.
Run the command in a terminal.
The request to the endpoint returns the following response.
This response is the result the path parameter value set to
547290, which causes the values of the attributes for engine_id to be returned.
Engine:type: objectproperties:power_hp:type: stringexample: 180fuel_type:type: stringexample: "Diesel"manufacturer:type: stringexample: "Remedy Engines"price:type: stringexample: 4800
And that's it! Congratulations.
You should now have a good idea of how to use Xapix to onboard data sources, how mappings between pipeline units are made and how to publish and test the endpoint.