https://<org>.sharepoint.com/sites/dev/_api/web/lists/getByTitle('list title')/items(<item id>)
"type": "SP.Data.ClientsListItem" // your might be different
"OData__ModerationComments": "Approved by <user name>"
To find out your list'...
For connecting to share point using rest Api 1st we need to request client id, client secret for a share point library.
Step 1 - once you got client id and secret follow steps mentioned at - https://www.ktskumar.com/2017/01/access-sharepoint-online-using-postman/
to generate access token. using access token we can connect to share point using Rest Api or ...
The extra space after "Title" will cause the 400 error.
"Title ":"New Title"
If you can get the full error message, you will probably see something like this:
"value": "The property 'Title ' does not exist on type
'SP.Data.AnnouncementsListItem'. Make sure to only use
property names that are defined by the type."
Have a look at the SharePoint REST API. The documentation has a special section on how to work with lists and items.
Essentially you would call something like http://site-url/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('Test')/items
Also there seems to be JShare.
As told by Sergei Sergeev. We can change approval status of a file using Rest.
1. post request header.
We need all these parameters in header. (if access token have fullControl as permission then we even don't need x-requestdigest in header)
Authorization: Bearer <Your access token>
I have no idea about Polarion ALM. You can try the following approaches,
If possible, use C# and Sharepoint client context(CSOM) in your application.
Save the document in your local machine, where the application is running and use PowerShell script to upload the saved file to SharePoint application.
Up to my knowledge, these are the solutions, what I can ...
This Code is working perfectly to upload file up to 249MB using SP online. You need to add "httpclient-4.3.6" this jar in your build path.
You are missing several pieces from what I'm reading. You finish setting up SharePoint to use Kerberos. I'll try to keep this short. The original white paper on SharePoint and Kerberos is a 180 pages long.
Get your DNS setting for your site and look at your A name. If your domain is one word, then it's that word. if it's multiple dots, it's probably ...