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While I dont have any specific examples of successfully using that command, a tool that I use frequently to diagnose API call issues is Fiddler. This will allow you to see what is transmitted to and from the API.
From there, you can compare the call between Alteryx and POSTMAN to see whats different.
For reference, what API are you attempting to connect to?
Another approach you may want to consider trying is the Run Command Tool . If you know you can execute the request with Postman, you can go to the Code button on the right hand side of Postman, and save the code snippet in cURL format.
Then you could use the run command tool to run the curl program (once you install it) and excecute the request that way.
It looks like this is the route that I'm headed. I've been able to execute the the cURL from a command prompt, but oddly enough when I run it using the command tool in Alteryx the API response gets lost. I put a PAUSE in the CMD execution and saw that there was a response returned, however I'm unsure how to get that to pass to tools downstream. I did specify Read Results, but the actual API response isn't being output anywhere and is not in the stream anywhere.
Sorry to open this one up again. I was hoping Fiddler would give me a breakdown of the complete API call (from Postman) with the url and key value pairs etc, so I can prep in Alteryx. However I can't seem to find this and I think I've exhausted all options now. Are you able to point me in the right direction please?