ToolJet can establish connections with GraphQL endpoints, enabling the execution of queries and mutations.
To establish a connection with the GraphQL global datasource, you can either click on the Add new global datasource button located on the query panel or navigate to the Global Datasources page through the ToolJet dashboard.
ToolJet requires the following to connect to a GraphQL datasource:
- URL: URL of the GraphQL endpoint
- Headers: Any headers the GraphQL source requires
- URL parameters: Additional query string parameters
- Authentication Type: The method of authentication to use with GraphQL requests. Supported Types: None, Basic, Bearer, and OAuth 2.0
- Basic: Requires Username and Password
- Bearer: Requires a token, typically a JSON Web Token (JWT), to grant access
- OAuth 2.0: The OAuth 2.0 protocol mandates the provision of the following parameters: access token URL, access token URL custom headers, client ID, client secret, scopes, custom query parameters, authorization URL, custom authentication parameters, and client authentication.
+Add button of the query manager at the bottom panel of the editor and select the GraphQL global datasource added in previous step.
Click on the Create button to create the query or Click on the Run button to create and trigger the query.
Query results can be transformed using transformations. Read our transformations documentation to see how: link