Working with activity nodes
Added by IBM contributorIBM | Edited by Claudia R Elbourn on August 6, 2015
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Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, the user can create and update activity nodes, which are entries that the user can add to an activity to add content such as bookmarks, chats, email messages, files, and to-do items. A single activity can contain up to 2000 nodes. The uesr can create and update activity entries that the user owns or to which the user has edit access.
POST

/activities/service/atom2/activity

Creating activity nodes.
POST

/activities/service/atom2/activity

Creating an activity node from a template.
GET

/activities/service/atom2/activitynode

Retrieving activity nodes.
PUT

/activities/service/atom2/activitynode

Updating activity nodes.
DELETE

/activities/service/atom2/activitynode

Deleting activity nodes.
PUT

/activities/service/atom2/trashednode

Restoring activity nodes.
POST /activities/service/atom2/copyEntry Copying an activity entry.
 

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Changing entry types.
GET/PUT

Provide a revised activity node type Atom entry document.

Moving an entry to a section.
PUT

/activities/service/atom2/moveField

Moving fields between nodes.
POST

/activities/service/atom2/moveEntry

Moving nodes under different activities or nodes.
POST /activities/service/atom2/activity Creating a large file field for activity nodes.
PUT /activities/service/atom2/activitynode Updating a large file field for activity nodes.

 

Parent topic: Activities API


Related concepts
Activities Atom node data types