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Simple JavaScript Sample

This sample demonstrates how to write, attach, and execute simple JavaScript in an API proxy flow.

The sample implements the cookbook topic:

JavaScript Proxy Cookbook Topic

The JavaScript in this sample gets a variable from the flow and sets the variable as HTTP headers on the response message.

It also demonstrates how you can work with message content. A policy is used to transform the weather report from XML to JSON. The resultant JSON is then parsed into a minimized response message that would mobile device-friendly.


Note that JavaScripts are stored under /resources/jsc in the API proxy, and then referenced by policies of type Javascript. (Note capitalization of 'Javascript' in policy type.)

The JavaScript policies are then attached to ProxyEndpoint Flow to execute the JavaScripts in the appropriate sequence.


Apigee API Platform JavaScript Object Model

Set up

What you need:

  • The username and password that you use to login to
  • The name of the organization in which you have an account. Login to and check account settings.


Update /setup/ with your environment details

Import and deploy sample project

To deploy, run $ sh

To test, run $ sh

Get help

For assistance, please use StackOverflow and add the tag "apigee".

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