Conditional WorkFlow in Postman : API Testing using Postman

Conditional Workflow in Postman means that Sequence of the request - If this happen then this happen else this happen is workflow.

Specify the name of the subsequent request.

postman.setNextRequest(“Request Name”);

To terminates execution.postman.setNextRequest(null);

setNextRequest() is always executed at the end of the current script. This means that if you put setNextRequest() before other code blocks, these blocks will still be executed.

setNextRequest() has a scope, which is the source of your collection run. This means that if you run a collection, you can jump to any request in the collection (even requests inside folders, using the same syntax). However, if you run a folder, the scope of setNextRequest() is limited to that folder. This means that you can jump to any request within this folder, but not ones that are outside of the folder.

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