Hi @HassanWaseem-7729 ,
Welcome to Microsoft Q&A Forum and thanks for reaching out.
Unfortunately, you cannot use the wild card in HTTP connector URL.
Workaround may be you will have to parameterize the URL and pass the parameters values for dates dynamically. Basically you will have to get the list (array) of dates you need to pass to the URL and have a ForEach activity and pass the array list and loop through each item to get the desired data.
But if you have any feedback to improve the product, I would recommend you to please submit your request in Azure feedback forum here: https://feedback.azure.com/d365community
All the feedback shared in this forum are actively monitored and reviewed by relevant product team. Also please do share the link once the feedback is provided so that we can share it with relevant teams.
Hope this info helps. Do let us know if you have further query.
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