I've been trying to look more into this but I can't seem to find a good explanation of why this is happening.
So I am making a REST API call to a Sharepoint list. All I want is to grab information from the Sharepoint list through VBA. As far as I can tell, it's extracting data (from the correct view). However, if I make a small manual change to the Sharepoint list through a web browser on an item and then if I go back to run the code (REST call - snippet below) to see whether or not the update was picked up, I find that nothing has changed.
So my question is, if an application is making a REST call to a Sharepoint list using a GET request, what is the amount of time for Sharepoint servers to update new requests. I thought it would have been everytime a GET request would have been called that the newly updated item would show but this is not the case for me.
Just brainstorming other ideas, but, could it possible that within VBA, once a request has been run, is that query result stored in temp memory? If so, would I need to flush it out every time a new command is run?
Here's a snippet of my code (I want to stay anonymous as possible, so I'm showing dummy servers).
Set req = CreateObject("MSXML2.XMLHTTP")
params = "owssvr.dll?Cmd=Display&ID=&XMLDATA=true&List=%7B<LISTID>%7D&View=%7B<VIEWID>%7D"
URL = "https://<SHAREPOINTSITE>/" & params
req.Open "GET", URL, False
Any input is appreciated, thanks.