How to use Postman Collections in COZYROC SSIS+ REST framework?

How to use Postman Collections in COZYROC SSIS+ REST framework?

To use a Postman Collection, you will need first to convert it to an OpenAPI specification and then import it, as shown here:

There are various methods for this transformation, e.g. check out these free online tools: and

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