In this blog post will see how to do CRUD operations after defining service in CAPM
Please follow steps given in the below link to create database with sample entities and sample data till step “Querying thru OData out-of-box”
Now go to menu -> select New Terminal -> and run the command
Will get below screen in browser
Now preview Authors entity by clicking on Authors link. Will get below data
Go to project root folder and create new folder called “tests”. We can create http file in root folder as well. If we are having multiple entities, it’s easy to keep it in common folder and separate .http file for each entity for easy access.
Create new file ‘authors.http’ under tests folder .
Click on Send Request to test GET. Other Pane will be opened and response is displayed.
Successfully tested READ.
Comments can be added using ### in http file.
It’s time to add another author to this service. Type POST and select Authors again. Provide content-type as ‘application/json’. Entity has two properties ID, Name.
Will create sample payload with those properties. Click send request to post the data.
Post response is displayed in right pane. Response is ‘201 Created’ new author ‘Robert’ added into entity. We can check the same from browser by refreshing
Let’s update authors name. Type PATCH and service name then author ID here it’s 121 and payload which has changes to be updated. Will update name from Robert to Robert Pattinson.
Click Send Request to see response
Same updates reflect in browser data also.
In the http file type DELETE and choose service from autosuggestion. We are going to delete author whose ID is 121
So the http file will be like this
Click on Send Request to execute delete. Content was removed. If we check authors again, will reflect old data .
We have learned how to execute create , read ,update ,delete operations in CAP project locally in business application studio.