Passthrough enables you to make authenticated HTTP requests directly to an integration’s API.
Terminal simplifies API requests to any of the integrations supported by Terminal using the connection tokens you’ve stored on behalf of your users. The requests are transmitted directly to the API of the integration and adhere to the specific API formats of each integration, not Terminal’s standardized format. This approach is useful if you want to retrieve data that Terminal may not make requests for.
The method for the third-party request, such as
The path for the third-party request, such as
The headers to use for the request (Terminal will handle the connection’s authorization headers)
The request body
The HTTP method that was used when making the request.
The path that was called with the passthrough request.
The resulting status code from the passthrough request.
Any returned headers from the passthrough request.
The response body from the passthrough request