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Please see our Components of a Query help topic for a detailed description of the QuickBase query language. 

February 5th, 2009 - 5:02 PM

Yes, you can now use QuickBase on your iPhone. While you can access pretty much any QuickBase feature from your phone, Intuit recommends that you limit your activities to using applications only. Find, view and update information in an application, but do not attempt to change the structure of the application via iPhone. Do advanced customizations on a full computer only.

February 5th, 2009 - 5:02 PM

In December 2008, Intuit QuickBase introduced a new security enhancement, application tokens. Read more here.

If you've customized interaction with an application via one of the QuickBase SDKs, you'll have to customize your scripts to incorporate application tokens.

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This error means that your application requires tokens and that an API call to your application does not contain a token assigned to your application.

To learn more, please see our Application Tokens help topic.

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By default the QuickBase API returns information in XML format.

But API_GetRecordAsHTML and API_GenResultsTable return HTML tables. API_GenResultsTable can also return records as CSV (comma separated values) and as (TSV) tab separated values.

February 5th, 2009 - 5:02 PM

The only API call that returns a ticket as a cookie is the API_Authenticate call. So if you want to do several API calls one after another you either have to supply a username and password for each call or you can start with the API_Authenticate call and it will return a ticket as a cookie.

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Every API call includes an optional rdr parameter. This tells the browser what page to go to when the API action completes successfully. Within the limit of a URL you may include as many API commands as you want.

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You can find the QuickBase HTTP API guide here:

http://www.quickbase.com/api-guide/index.html

You can always access the API guide using the HTTP API Documentation link on the main page of the QuickBase Innovation Network. You can also access the API guide from the QuickBase online help.

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The API enables you to do all of the following:
- Add records
- Edit existing records
- Change permissions on a QuickBase application
- Get and modify the schema of an application
- Change the properties of a field
- Find database IDs by database name
- Clone a database
- Get records one at time or by executing queries
- Delete records
- Manage Users and Roles

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It depends on where you are searching from.

When you perform a search from the My Apps page, you are searching the Name, Description, and Manager fields of all applications. The search results list all of the applications to which you have access that fit the search criteria.

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