Working with activity membersAdded by IBM on March 25, 2013 | Version 1 (Original, Show current)
|Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, you can add members to the access control list of standard activities, and make updates to the list.
Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, you can add members to the access control list of standard activities, and make updates to the list.
You can also add members to the access control list of certain types of community activities; other community activities have a membership list that is defined by the communities to which they belong. See Adding an activity member programmatically
for more details.
Adding an activity member programmaticallyParent topic: Activities API
Deleting a member programmatically
Member entry content
To add a member to the access control list of an activity, send an Atom entry document containing the new member to the access control list feed. You can only add one member per post.
Retrieving an activity member programmatically
To retrieve a member from the access control list for a application, use the edit link found in the member entry in the ACL list feed.
Updating activity members
To update a member in the access control list for an application, send a replacement member entry document in Atom format to the existing ACL node's edit web address.
Deleting activity members
To remove a member from the acl list for an application, use the HTTP DELETE method.