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Comment: Updated per RDPP-3968

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  1. Click the Create Flow  icon associated with querying a simple user.
    The API Orchestration user interface is displayed.
  2. Select and pull the simpleusers node onto the flow editor from the Models list. Note that the Start node is automatically connected to the input of the simpleusers node.
  3. Name the node: Query a user
  4. Select the query method.
  5. Select Parameters.
  6. Enable all parameters and configure them according to the query parameters in listed in Flow orchestration. If the Selector parameter type is selected from the Selector drop-down menu, as you begin typing in the parameter field, a drop-down menu of valid parameter configuration options will be displayed. You may select a configuration from the listed options or continue typing to manually enter a parameter configuration. For additional information on the Model node and General node configuration parameters, refer to Flow Orchestration.
  7. Select Outputs.
  8. Configure the next output per the query outputs listed in Flow orchestration.
  9. Select and pull an HTTP node onto the flow editor from the Core list.
  10. Name the node: Query succeeded
  11. Select Parameters.
  12. For the status parameter, select Number and enter 200 in the field.
  13. Enable the body parameter, select Selector, and enter $.models in the field.
  14. Leave the headers parameter disabled.
  15. Connect the next output of the Query a user node to the input of the Query succeeded node. For additional information on connecting nodes in a flow, refer to Manage nodes. The completed flow is displayed.
  16. Click Save.
  17. On the next screen, click Proceed. The server will be restarted and the Query a user flow will be saved and enabled.