I am currently working on a project to integrate ServiceNow with Quickbase. I have a question with regards to building a query when the value to be compared against cannot be hardcoded in quotes but it’s a variable instead. For instance based on the documentation for Quickbase APIs you build a query parameter this way:
Now let’s say you don’t know what the ‘matching_value’
above is which means you cannot hard code the actual value but you want to use
a value in some variable and that variable can be whatever your logic put in
there, the question I then have is how would you build the query string in a
use case like that?
For instance if I build my query string this way:
I get the desired results because I hard coded the matching value.
However in my use case for the type of the integration
that I am building the user will populate the form with this value and when the
record is created in ServiceNow I want to take this value and use it as a
matching value when building the query in my integration script. Basically something
where quickBaseId is the value the user entered when
creating the record that I want to integrate with Quickbase. This however does
Would you guys please advise as to how can I build a
query when the matching value is a variable.