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Removing multiple members programmatically
To delete multiple members from an activity with one API request, send an Atom feed as part of a delete request to the activity ACL.
Adding multiple members programmatically
To add multiple members to an activity with one API request, send an Atom feed document containing entries of the new members to be added to the activity ACL. You must include the userid of each user to be added.
Moving Nodes Under Different Activities or Nodes
To move an activity node to another activity node, send a HTTP POST request with the UUID of the destination node to which the activity node is to be moved, and the UUID of the activity node that is to be moved.
Moving fields between nodes
To move a field to another activity node, send an HTTP PUT request with the UUID of the destination node to which the field is to be moved, and the UUID of the field that is to be moved.
IBM Connections Event Reference - Files
Files Events Event data is provided using the following conventions. Refer to the EventSPIic50Event SPI for details about these event data objects, how to retrieve them from the event object, and how to get additional information from these objects themselves. The event can be shared for ...
April 4, 2013
Learn about Open Authorization (OAuth).
Using OAuth for IBM SmartCloud for Social Business API authorization
SmartCloud for Social Business uses the Open Authorization (OAuth) protocol for API access. OAuth is a protocol that provides a way for company applications to interact with APIs on the behalf of users without knowing their authentication credentials.
Differences between OAuth 1.0a and 2.0 in IBM SmartCloud for Social Business
SmartCloud for Social Business supports both Open Authorization (OAuth) 1.0a and 2.0. The main usage differences are listed here.
OAuth 1.0a APIs for web server flow
™ for Social Business supports and works with Open Authorization (OAuth) 1.0a.
OAuth 2.0 APIs for web server flow
for Social Business supports Open Authorization (OAuth) 2.0.
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