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Save request and repones from API

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Hi all,
I am looking for some examples or documentation.
When you are receiving a Rest API request and send a response is there a way to save both of them in a table, probably a blob field, and then do some action?
 
I'm not sure if I can create an API page and somehow save the request and response.
Or should I create a Codeunit as a web service? But then again if I use web services can I get a JSON as a parameter?
 
Not sure what is possible in Business Central's latest version, or what is the best approach.
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    gdrenteria 5,168 Super User on at
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    IĆ-15061320-0 7 on at
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    Hi HeinKruger
    Just to clarify you saying that I can see the body of the request and response in temelerty?

     
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    Saurav.Dhyani 14,611 User Group Leader on at
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    Hi,
     
    Yes, if you want to store them in a blob or you can read the response using Json objects and then pick values of fields that you need and then store in a table records.
     
     
    Regards,
    Saurav Dhyani

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