This method permits to export data in either Excel, JSON or XML format.
The JSON format slightly differs from the result returned by ./list. See at the end of this page.
Appending /full to the URL returns results with all the data fields.
The body may optionally contain a JSON object with these parameters:
The report format, any of:
Optional query string using a simple but powerful query language. Example:
Optional array of fields to include in the results.
By default, the API returns the most commonly used fields.
Use the API method ./list/fields returns all available fields.
If set to true then the query will return all fields. The fields property is then ignored.
Defines the sort order of the list.
The array contains JSON objects, each with these properties:
Note: All lists always use a default sort order if none is specified here.
Optional. Number of element to retrieve (used for pagination).
If not specified then default is 100. The maximum value is 100.
Optional. Number of element to skip (used for pagination).
If not specified then default is 0.
The method returns a JSON object with these properties:
This token lets you download the report:
CURRENTLY NOT IMPLEMENTED
If this property is set then the file is not yet ready. You need to poll for the operation id using trm/status
The JSON format returned by ./list is optimized for processing by software.
For example, labels are stored with their numeric value options and not their value names. Or, some fields may be included as JSON objects instead of a print text.
The present print method transforms such values into a readable text form.
Same as for JSON format.
The report is an .xlsx file.