On the REST tab of the import definition, select the correct authorization type. Under Request Information provide the URL.
In the URL you may want to add parameter values like page no. or for example the ID of an item you want to get details for.
In this case you will have to add %i (where i is an integer value) in the URL.
For example, in the below URL, %1 is added for the page no. value:
- http://192.168.1.206:8085/api/Order?PageNo=%1
For more information on working with variable parameters in the URL, other than paging related parameters, check the Import Table Monitor section.

Paging is avaliable for REST calls with data format JSON or XML. Currently there are two paging methods implemented, being:
- Page No., where you will have to provide the element names of the Current Page No. and Total Pages.
- Link, where you will have to provide the element name of the next URL.

If applicable, add lines in the request headers part.

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