You have copied the entire curl request into your request body.
Hence the error "Could not find field “fields” in the request body ".
What you need to do to rectify the above issue, is to only add in everything after the -d flag.
(-d in curl is used to set the the post request’s body)
After that you should be all set. :slightly_smiling_face:
I have tried this in the body:
and I have also tried this:
Still, I get the same response. Could you show me the modified body?
Could not get any response
There was an error connecting to URL
Why this might have happened:
Ensure that the backend is working properly
Fix this by turning off ‘SSL certificate verification’ in Settings > General
Ensure that proxy is configured correctly in Settings > Proxy
Change request timeout in Settings > General
Okay so that’s good, it means that the request body issue is sorted out now.
Could you try accessing it again a couple of times to verify it was not a temporary connection issue
Or else after that could you try accessing the API via the curl command.
It would help in understanding whether its an issue on Postman’s side or your computer’s firewall, proxy etc.
Also make sure that there are no spaces the Content-Type:application/json header.
Could you please share a screenshot of your Headers tab on Postman.
Very strange, I have used Postman successfully in the past to connect to Airtable’s API and also been successful in posting content to the Airtable API via Postman
Please try it via curl and post the result here, I think for some reason Postman and apitester are adding in some extra headers…not sure though.
(Use the same command given in your base’s API documentation)
The curl output should hopefully provide some more insight into what the issue is :slightly_smiling_face:
BTW your API key is visible in the screenshot that you have shared…you will want to blur that part out.