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Example: How to use the msInUTC parameter

In this example:

  • your billing account is set to use PST

  • you have a table where field 7 is a DTM field

If you issue this API call without using the msInUTC parameter:

?a=API_AddRecord&_fid_7=1267642263823

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Tech Fest 2009 - George Courtsunis - Magic Buttons, Javascript and Formula URLs
Tech Fest 2009 - George Courtsunis - Magic Buttons, Javascript and Formula URLs
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Tech Fest 2009 - Sergio Haro - Saving Time with the QuickBase API
Tech Fest 2009 - Sergio Haro - Saving Time with the QuickBase API
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Magic Buttons - George Courtsunis

Leverage QuickBase's formula urls to automate and extend your applications using javascript.

October 28th, 2009 - 2:10 PM
Integrating QuickBase With Web Services - Gareth Lewis

If you have to use the QuickBase API outside the browser, one option is to access it via Ruby. Ruby is simple, flexible, powerful, easy to install and learn - and the Ruby SDK for QuickBase makes using the API straightforward. Through a series of concrete examples, we'll look at some SDK basics then go onto email, RSS, Twitter, web servers and other topics.

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Use URL redirects to chain API calls

Every API call accomodates an rdr parameter. This specifies what URL to redirect the browser to after successful completion of the API call. You can use this to chain as many API calls together as will fit within the size limit of a URL. URLs can only be roughly 1000 characters in length. Don't forget to URL encode the value of the rdr parameter.

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Some Optional API Input Parameters

For a list of optional API input parameters, refer to the "Common Optional Parameters" topic in the QuickBase HTTP API Guide.

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HTTP API Language Reference

HTTP API Language Reference

This chapter provides detailed descriptions of each API call in the HTTP API.

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Order of Parameters in API Calls (XML or URL)

Order of Parameters in API Calls (XML or URL)

QuickBase accepts API call parameters in any order whether the call comes in as an XML POST or as a URL GET.

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How to Understand the XML Samples

How to Understand the XML Samples

This document has the XML samples in this kind of format:

POST https://<target_domain>/db/<target_dbid>
Content-Type: application/xml
Content-Length:
QUICKBASE-ACTION:API_AddField

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