Getting all of the comments associated with a messageAdded by IBM on March 11, 2014 Get a feed that lists all of the comments posted to a message board in response to a status message or other message.
: the Profiles Board APIs have been deprecated from the 4.0 release. These APIs are still functional for backward compatibility reasons - but no new feature is surfaced through these APIs. For any new development work, please refer to the OpenSocial Microblogging APIs.
Get a feed that lists all of the comments posted to a message board in response to a status message or other message.
Use one or more of the input parameters to narrow the search. Separate multiple parameters with an ampersand (&).
Note: All search parameters support the use of the wildcards % or *. Use % to match any single character; encode it properly using %25. Use * to match zero or more characters.
||Gets a feed that lists all of the comments posted in response to a given message. You must specify a value for the entryID parameter to indicate the message for which you want to get the comments.
||ID of the entry. You can determine the entryID of an entry by getting a feed of all of the entries posted to a specific person's message board. See Getting a person's message board entries.
||Page number. Specifies the page to be returned. The default value is 1, which returns the first page.
||Page size. Specifies the number of entries to return per page. The default value is 10. The maximum value you can specify is 250.
||Defines the order in which to display the entries in the returned feed. The option are:
Sorts the entries by the last modified date.
Sorts the entries by the date the item was published (usually related to atom:published element).
Use with the sortOrder parameter to specify whether to show the most recent or the oldest entries first.
||Specifies the order in which to sort the results. The options are:
Sorts the results in ascending order.
Sorts the results in descending order.
||OK. Indicates that the request was received successfully.