parameterId. We can get the project ID directly from the project we clicked on in the first step with the UI recorder using the Copy ID option on the more menu.
HTTP GET Requestaction takes in a few inputs. The first thing we need to specify is the endpoint URL. We will also need to fill in an authorization header with our authorization key and the status that we expect to get back (200 OK) as well as the JsonPath to the part of the call that we are interested in.
$['id']). In this case we are assuming that there is only one parameter (The one you just created) and so we can get the first index (remember indexes usually start at 0 in computer programming) of the response and the use the
idkey to get the id of that parameter.
HTTP DELETE Requestaction to select it. This action takes in a similar set of inputs as the GET call.