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Re: Put another way

I don't believe so, the reason being is that even back in the old days of 'modify all' in the user tool, you selected the records you wanted to modify, then the user tool did a loop through a list of request id's and did the same update to all of them....from an api perspective, when doing a set entry, 'which request are you updating, on which form' is the primary information, of course it also needs to know what you are changing...but you need to know exactly which records....

So, if you are trying to do it via 'query', you'll need to write a query routine to get the request id's in question, then push an update to each one respectively....

Alternatively....you could push a query to an 'interface' form with the query as one of the inputs, then have a filter to the execution of the query and update for you :)

On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 10:29 AM, Brittain, Mark <mbrittain@navisite.com> wrote:

Hi All


Is there a way to do a put using a field other that the request id (1)?



curl -X PUT "<schema name>/<requestiID>" -H  "accept: application/json" -H  "Authorization: AR-JWT <TOKEN>" -H  "content-type: application/json" -d "{  \"values\": {    \"Escalation\": \"0\"  }}"









Mark Brittain  | Senior Systems Engineer | 315.634.9337

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