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REST service call using SOAP UI

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Hello,

There is a CMS Service that I need to call and store the data. The url ends with /$app_id. I am trying to call this using SOAP UI Rest request. I can supply one application at a time and view the results in json but I have a list of application id in a text file.  I need to be able to pass these application ids as a parameter and store the data in xml/JSON format using some iteration.

How can I do that? I have attached a screenshot of the REST call.

Please assist.
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What is the name / URL of the API endpoint?  

What is the URL of the API description / documentation?  We need to have a look at the docs and examples.

What programming languages are you using?
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