This call is deprecated. This call has known functionality and performance issues. If you need to store custom objects, we recommend to take a look at Builder (Erply Cloud), which lets you define a database schema with multiple tables and referential integrity, and which produces a REST API for reading and writing data.
Retrieve your custom objects.
Erply has an object storage where you can store custom data for plug-ins, integrations etc.
For other object storage functions, see getObjects, saveObject, deleteObject (which allow to manipulate whole objects), and incrementAttributeValue, decrementAttributeValue — which provide a way to atomically increment or decrement one numeric field of a specific object (eg. to implement a counter).
|Parameter name||Description||Possible value||Required|
|objectID||Object ID. Retrieve one specific object.||Integer|
|group||Group name. Retrieve all objects from one specific group.
A group is like a "database table" for your custom relational objects. All objects in one group should have approximately the same data fields.
Object IDs are globally unique (ie., not per-group unique); if you look up an object by ID, leave the "group" field unspecified.
|Search for an object that has a specific field value.
For example, if you using object storage to store vehicles (that have a license plate number), you may look up a vehicle with the following query:
It is possible to use only one attribute filter right now, although searching by multiple attributes may be supported in the future.
|partnerKey||To use object storage, you need an API partner key. Contact Erply customer support to get one. Will return error 1016 if invalid.||String||yes|
|recordsOnPage||Number of records API should return. By default 20, at most 100.||Integer|
|pageNo||API returns at most recordsOnPage items at a time. To retrive the next recordsOnPage items, send a new request with pageNo incremented by one. By default, API returns "page 1".||Integer|
|attributes||Array||Array, each item in which has the following parameters:
attributeName - String - name of the attribute
attributeType - String - type of the attribute
attributeValue - value of the attribute.