Here is my ( i have tested with workbench and it does work) URL to call :


my json:


Can I just call it by doing something like this?

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    It depends on how your apex webservice is defined. Please edit your question to show us the class. – Derek F Mar 20 at 21:42

You can't do so "automatically." You can, however, check RestContext.request.params to get the value:

String param = RestContext.request.params.get('contactId');

This requires some modification to your Apex code.

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  • would i need string param on my apex class to read my url when trying to do this via url: *salesforceurl*/services/apexrest/ContactUpdatetService.SetContactInactive?contactId=1234 – Lauren Truby Mar 20 at 21:56
  • @LaurenTruby Not sure what you're asking? – sfdcfox Mar 20 at 21:59

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