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What would be the API request message to collect an extracted file available on GUI?

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@Lukasz Ossowski

Thanks for reaching out to us.

You can refer to the /Extractions/ExtractedFiles endpoint on the DSS REST API Reference Tree which can be used to retrieve a list of files and download files.

Get a list of files

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Download a file by an extracted file ID (ExtractedFileId)

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Otherwise, if you would like to download extracted files from schedule extractions, please refer to this DSS REST API: Downloading Completed Extraction Files by a Schedule Name article.

I hope that this information is of help.


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To collect an extracted file available on a GUI through an API request, you'll first need to identify the API endpoint where the file is accessible. Then, use the HTTP GET method to request the file, setting appropriate headers such as authorization credentials and specifying the desired response format.

Upon sending the request, receive the response, and if it returns a status code of 200 (indicating success), handle the extracted file data as needed; otherwise, handle any errors based on the response status and content. The specific details of the request message, including the API endpoint and headers, will depend on the API's documentation and authentication requirements.

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