Hi all, after some initial friction, I am really enjoying experimenting with the API notebook. What an amazing tool! For the most part it does everything I’ve asked it to do.
my.api.resource.id(myId).put(body?, options?, async?);
For other resource operations that also use the same security scheme (via a trait), I see the option of specifying a query string. In the API console the PUT method is correctly rendered and processed with the required query string. I’m not sure if this problem is in the client generator’s interpretation of the RAML or in the API notebook’s rendering of the interface.
Has anyone seen anything like this, or have ideas about how to get the required security scheme element (the query string) to show up in notebook?