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Bulk Low Code Record Operations

Corteza allows you to create create, update or update multiple records with one request.

Creating Bulk Records

A bulk payload where records only define their values create a new record for each entry.

curl -X POST "$BASE_URL/api/compose/namespace/$NAMESPACE_ID/module/$MODULE_ID/record/" \
  -H 'accept: application/json, text/plain, */*' \
  -H "authorization: Bearer $JWT" \
  -H 'content-type: application/json' \
  --data-raw '{
    "records": [{
      "set": [
        {"values":[{"name":"f1","value":"a"},{"name":"f1","value":"b"}]},
        {"values":[{"name":"f1","value":"a"},{"name":"f1","value":"b"}]}
      ]
    }]
  }' \
  --compressed
  • $BASE_URL is the URL to your Corteza instance (e.g. https://corteza.mydomain.tld),

  • $NAMESPACE_ID is the namespace identifier for which you wish to create records (e.g. 257934065070534659),

  • $MODULE_ID is the module identifier for which you wish to create records (e.g. 257934099950366723),

  • $JWT is the access token to authorize the request.

Updating Bulk Records

A bulk payload where records define their recordID and their values will update existing records and their values.

Corteza removes any value omitted from the request for the updated record from the existing record. If you wish to preserve it, you must provide the information in the request.

curl -X POST "$BASE_URL/api/compose/namespace/$NAMESPACE_ID/module/$MODULE_ID/record/" \
  -H 'accept: application/json, text/plain, */*' \
  -H "authorization: Bearer $JWT" \
  -H 'content-type: application/json' \
  --data-raw '{
    "records": [{
      "set": [
        {"recordID": "257936153397719043", "values":[{"name":"f1","value":"a edited"},{"name":"f1","value":"b edited"}]},
        {"recordID": "257936153565556739", "values":[{"name":"f1","value":"a edited"},{"name":"f1","value":"b edited 2"}]}
      ]
    }]
}' \
  --compressed
  • $BASE_URL is the URL to your Corteza instance (e.g. https://corteza.mydomain.tld),

  • $NAMESPACE_ID is the namespace identifier for which you wish to update records (e.g. 257934065070534659),

  • $MODULE_ID is the module identifier for which you wish to update records (e.g. 257934099950366723),

  • $RECORD_ID_* is the recordID for which you wish to update (e.g. 257936153397719043),

  • $JWT is the access token to authorize the request.

Deleting Bulk Records

A bulk payload where records define their recordID and a deletedAt timestamp deletes the specified records and their values.

curl -X POST "$BASE_URL/api/compose/namespace/$NAMESPACE_ID/module/$MODULE_ID/record/" \
  -H 'accept: application/json, text/plain, */*' \
  -H "authorization: Bearer $JWT" \
  -H 'content-type: application/json' \
  --data-raw '{
    "records": [{
      "set": [
        { "recordID": "$RECORD_ID_0", "deletedAt": "2021-11-15T09:49:22Z" },
        { "recordID": "$RECORD_ID_1", "deletedAt": "2021-11-15T09:49:22Z" },
        { "recordID": "$RECORD_ID_2", "deletedAt": "2021-11-15T09:49:22Z" }
      ]
    }]
}' \
  --compressed
  • $BASE_URL is the URL to your Corteza instance (e.g. https://corteza.mydomain.tld),

  • $NAMESPACE_ID is the namespace identifier for which you wish to delete records (e.g. 257934065070534659),

  • $MODULE_ID is the module identifier for which you wish to delete records (e.g. 257934099950366723),

  • $RECORD_ID_* is the recordID for which you wish to delete (e.g. 257936153397719043),

  • $JWT is the access token to authorize the request.