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I am finding plenty of examples of getting child folders using the rest API with the following command -
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However I want to navigate down the tree but can't seem to find anything that will give me back the documents contained within a folder. In fact when a folder is returned by the above GET request it always indicates that the returned folders have no children even though there are a number of documents in each?
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"path": "/okm:root/Joes Folder",
[color=#FF0000] [b] "hasChildren": false[/b][/color]
Any help would be much appreciated.
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You might go to document where exists a getChildren. The method will return the documents what are into some folder.
I suggest also take a look at OpenKM https://docs.openkm.com/kcenter/view/ok ... ption.html
it's not exactly but very similar to OpenKM REST API and might help you finding the methods you need ( almost OpenKM API methods have it's own equivalent into REST API ). Meanwhile we do not have documented the REST API a good aproach is OpenKM API.