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latest:advancedtopics:rest_json [2019/03/29 11:53]
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latest:advancedtopics:rest_json [2019/03/29 12:00] (current)
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 In fact, the HTTP method can be either POST or GET (this is needed for JSON-P support). POST and HTTPS are recommended for security reasons (to avoid passing the credentials in clear text) and also because GET imposes a limit on the size of the input data. HTTP Basic authentication is supported. In fact, the HTTP method can be either POST or GET (this is needed for JSON-P support). POST and HTTPS are recommended for security reasons (to avoid passing the credentials in clear text) and also because GET imposes a limit on the size of the input data. HTTP Basic authentication is supported.
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 <note warning>​Depending on how you test REST/JSON API, you may need to enable **url** within the [[2_6_0:​admin:​user_authentication_options#​logon_types|allowed_login_types]] set in the Configuration file of your iTop</​note>​ <note warning>​Depending on how you test REST/JSON API, you may need to enable **url** within the [[2_6_0:​admin:​user_authentication_options#​logon_types|allowed_login_types]] set in the Configuration file of your iTop</​note>​
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 Let's have a look at all the parameters of this HTTP service: Let's have a look at all the parameters of this HTTP service:
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