forEach iterates over the array and apply the values to the actions (inside the iteration).



  • array: The location of an array that you are iterating over


  • index-location: The location each index is stored 
  • value-location: The location each value is stored

This is similar to forEach in Javascript.

Javascript example

var fruits = ["apple", "orange", "cherry"];

function myFunction(value, index) {
document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML += index + ":" + value + "<br>";

List-target:  Array fruits
Value-target:  Parameter value
Index-target:  Parameter index

And the myFunction is the same as the action that goes inside the forEach action.

For example

Let’s say we want to iterate over an array [“a”, “b”, “c”] and capitalize each value.

1. Using the Testing feature, let’s send an array of [“a”, “b”, “c”] in the request body


2. Add an Iteration Map Action and assign where you want to read the array from (list-target) and where you want to put the resulting value (value-target)


3. The action that we want to iterate is first to capitalize the letters, so we will use the action String Capitalize


4. Finally, we need to set the data in the response body to visualize it on the browser.Let’s read from the data element “iterate” and put it in the “response body”


Below we see that the values in the array have been capitalized

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