Sends data to a internet URL and waits for a response from the remote server.


Send to Endpoint

The URL that the outbound request will be sent to.


The HTTP header method used in the outbound request

valid options
GETCommonly used when retrieving information.
POSTCommonly used when sending data to the server.
PUTCommonly used to completely replace an existing record.
PATCHCommonly used to partially replace an existing record.
DELETECommonly used to delete an existing record.
COPYCommonly used to create duplicate of an existing record
HEADSimilar to a GET request, but the response only contains a header.
OPTIONSCommonly used when describing the communication options of the endpoint.
LINKCommonly used to establish a data reference between records.
UNLINKCommonly used to remove a data reference between records.
PURGECommonly used to delete cached resources.
LOCKCommonly used to restrict access to a specified record.
UNLOCKCommonly used unrestrict access to a specified record.
PROPFINDCommonly used when retrieving properties from a web resource.

Send Format

The outbound request record's content type which is to inform the remote service what type of data is being sent.

valid options
No content type header will be set
application/x-www-form-urlencodedFor sending simple form submission data
application/jsonData will be sent using JSON formatting.
text/plainText data will be sent as is with no formatting.
text/xmlData will be sent formatted as an XML document.
text/htmlData will be sent formatted as an HTML document.
text/csvData will be sent as a comma delimited flat file.

Response Format

Specifies to the remote service how their response is formatted.

valid options
application/jsonJSON (Javascript Object Notation). Common format for communication between computer systems.
text/plainThe raw unparsed data in a text document
text/xmlUses XML syntax and structure. Common format for communication between computer systems.
text/htmlResponse is in HTML and is designed to be interpreted by a person viewing the results in a webpage
text/csvComma delimited flat file. Use this when importing the data into spreadsheet software.


The authentication protocol used to access the remote service.

valid options
No formal authentication protocol will be used.
BasicWill use traditional basic authentication.
OAuthWill use Oauth 1.0 authentication. Oftened used for intra-network communications.
InstalinkTokenWill use Instalink's built-in authentication method. Useful for authenticating calls between various Instalink hosted endpoints.
AmazonV4Amazon Signature Version 4 authentication. Used when accessing AWS services.


The username that is used for basic authentication


The password that is used for basic authentication

Consumer Key

The consumer key that the remote service has provided to use when accessing their service.

Consumer Secret

The consumer secret that the remote service has provided to use when accessing their service.


The token key that the remote service has provided to use when accessing their service.

Token Secret

The token secret that the remote service has provided to use when accessing their service.

Signature Method

The hashing algorithm to use to package the authentication request. Consult your remote service provider for information about which signature method(s) they accept.

Realm (optional)

Optional field. The value of this property may differ depending on how your remote service provider implements Oauth 1.0. Some remote services require this property to be set. Please consult your remote service provider for more information about this property.

Token Value

The Instalink provisioned token that has been provisioned access to the remote resource.


The template used to format the data that is to be sent to the remote resource. Accepts template syntax.

Use Template

When enabled the outbound request data will use the provided template instead of preformatted field values.

Record Identifier Template

Label that helps to identify outbound call records in the admin panel. Please set this to make your logs easier to navigate and search. Accepts template syntax.

Use Namespace for Output

When enabled, all data recieved from the outbound request will be assigned to the key as defined in sendurl_namespace. By default the data is added to the root process data and is accessible by whatever keys may be provided in the request response. You should enable this if the request response is not expected to be an object with keys.

Output Namespace

The key that will contain the data of the outbound request response.

Expect a CSV Header?

Send Data In Body

Force the provided data to be sent in the body instead of the query string in a GET or HEAD HTTP request.

Set Request Timeout

Timeout Seconds

Enable GZIP Response


A set of records that are used to define process data keys that are to be included when executing various actions.