I’ve read the Matching Algorithm page a few times, but still don’t understand why Postman picks a lesser response over a more matching one. Let me clarify with images.
^^ This is my request. It has three parameters and will remain this way. It’s nothing special
^^ This is example response 1, where both page and limit parameters match. Not using CompanyId as this can vary in the actual application. The response that includes a example request isn’t special either.
^^ This is example response #2 that only on page parameter differs from response #1 - and on this parameter not matching with the actual request
Whilst both responses are identical to each other and the request, with the difference of the ?page parameter, Postman still picks the one that matches slightly less.
I want to mock pagination in the application by using different responses, based on first- or second page (parameter). Apparently I’m unable to do so.
Can someone help me out?