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Welcome to the forum, Mark Hall

Please let me know if you'd like me to raise a ticket for you with our Advanced Support team; they might be able to advise 👍

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Lisa

I have a similar parameter issue. If I use the below, I receive the expected output. 

https://www.wrike.com/api/v4/tasks?status=Active

However, if I try a different parameter or further filter my results by adding a query to the url I get the same error above "Invalid_parameter". 

https://www.wrike.com/api/v4/tasks?status=Active&customStatusId=IEAASJM7JMAAAAAA

The example I use above is just a sample as I've tried numerous other parameters and get the same error. It seems to only work for "Status" for me so far. Any suggestions or help on this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Aaron

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Hi Aaron Black

It should be possible to query the tasks using the standard GET Tasks call with the parameters:

GET/tasks?status=Active&customStatuses=[CustomStatusId]

and it will successfully return you the tasks with a specific status.

As per our API documentation, the "customStatuses" parameter should be used in the request, while your call has "customStatusId". Could you please edit the request URL and let me know if that works for you? Make sure to put Custom Status Id in square brackets. Here are the sample screenshots:


cURL:

Let me know how it goes!

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