HTTP Client reference
client object holds the HTTP Client session metadata, such as the list of global variables. The HTTP Client session is started when IntelliJ IDEA starts, and ends when IntelliJ IDEA is closed. Values are not preserved between IntelliJ IDEA restarts.
client provides access to the global nested object that serves as a variables storage.
The global variables storage, which is used for setting, retrieving, or removing variables.
In your HTTP requests, you can access a variable saved in the
client.global object. For example, to acces a variable named
variable_name, use the
Creates a test with the name
testName and body
func. All tests are executed after the response handler script. Test results are displayed in the Tests tab of the Services tool window.
Checks that the specified
true; throws an exception otherwise. The optional
message parameter serves as an exception message.
text to the response handler or test stdout and then terminates the line.
Terminates execution of the response handler script.
Global variables storage
global object serves as a variables storage and is used for setting, retrieving, or removing variables.
Saves the variable with the
varName name to the storage and sets its value to
Returns the value of the
Checks whether the
global object has no variables defined.
varName variable from the variables storage.
Removes all variables from the variables storage.
Last modified: 21 October 2022