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16. Importing Postman Collections

Note: The import Postman collection only supports exports in V2 and beyond. V1 has been deprecated by Postman and is not supported by API Fortress.

Importing a Collection

import_collection API Fortress has made it very easy to import Postman Collections with the click of a button.
  • First, open the HTTP Client via the Tools menu.
  • Click the gray Import button at the top of the client.
  • Select your Collection file in the popup window.
  • Click Open.
  • The routes from your collection are now available in the list of saved requests.

Importing Postman Environments

import_env Importing a Postman environment is just as simple as importing a Postman collection.
  • First, inside of a test, click on the Data Sets button on the left pane.
  • Click the orange Postman button.
  • Select your environments file from the popup.
  • Your environmental variables will now be available in the Data Sets pane.

Importing Postman Global Variables

import_globals The process for importing global variables from Postman is nearly identical to the process for importing environmental variables. The primary difference is where the import is executed.
  • First, access the Vault via the Tools menu at the top of any view.
  • Select the project that you want to access the variables through, or select the Global Vault if you want all of your projects to have access to the variable definitions.
  • Click the Variables button in the specific Vault that was chosen.
  • Click the Import Variables from Postman button.
  • Select your global variables file and click the Open button.
  • Your global variable definitions can now be accessed from the connected project(s).