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QuestionHow to call some Web API inside another Web API within same Project Pin
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Wahaj Khan wrote:
The question is how can we pass data from first API to other to solve this ?


I can only suppose that you think that you are going to do this via the following
1. First API does just the main part of the functionality
2. That API exits (in some meaning of that word).
3. The log happens which invokes another API call.


Can you make that happen? Yes I believe so. It involves delving into some of the semantics of how it handles some of a Web call for you. For example you can intercept errors.
Should you do it? If there is only one method that needs this then no. Just do it in the same code that does the first functionaliy. If you want to do it with more than one API call, then start figuring out how the call flow is actually handled before it gets to your code and after it leaves your code. You should keep in mind that doing it this way ADDS complexity. That is because when something goes wrong it can interfere with stuff in unexpected ways (for example how you handle errors from the second call.)
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