Community articleWorking with flagged community file comments
Added by IBM contributorIBM on December 21, 2015
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Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, you can delete or take action on a community file comment that has been flagged as inappropriate.



Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, you can delete or take action on a community file comment that has been flagged as inappropriate.
Getting a list of flagged community file comments
Get a feed that lists the community file comments that have been flagged as inappropriate and are awaiting action by the moderator.

Acting on a flagged community file comment
To programmatically take action on a comment that has been flagged as inappropriate, send an Atom entry document that defines the action you want to take to the moderation action feed.

Retrieving a flagged comment on a community file
To retrieve a flagged community file comment, use the edit link found in the comment entry.

Updating a flagged comment on a community file
To update a community file comment that has been flagged as inappropriate, send a moderation action entry in Atom format to the href attribute of the comment's rel=edit link. You can update the comment's title and content elements only.

Deleting flagged community file comments
To delete a community file comment that has been flagged as inappropriate, use the HTTP DELETE method.