Working with community forum repliesAdded by IBM on March 25, 2013 | Version 1 (Original, Show current)
|Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, you can create or update replies to forum topics in communities.
Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, you can create or update replies to forum topics in communities.
With version 3, a stand-alone Forums application was introduced. It has a full set of APIs for working with forum replies. Refer to Forums API
for more details.
Creating a community forum reply programmaticallyParent topic: Communities API
To post a reply to a topic in a community forum, send an Atom entry document containing the forum reply to the forum replies resource.
Retrieving a community forum reply programmatically
To retrieve complete information about a reply to a topic in a community forum, use the edit link found in the forum reply entry in the forum replies feed.
Updating a community forum reply programmatically
To update a reply to a topic in a community forum, send an updated forum reply document in Atom format to the existing reply's edit web address.
Deleting a community forum reply programmatically
Because replies often have child replies associated with them, when you delete a reply from a forum, the reply is not entirely removed. Instead, if you use the HTTP DELETE command to delete the reply, the reply content is replaced with a standard message that states that the content has been removed. If you want a custom message to be displayed, use the HTTP PUT command instead.