Query Projects created by form request

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  • Spot On! 👍 Innovative Approach 💡 Stellar Advice 💪

    There's no documentation to query this detail via API.

    However, if you're looking to report on Requests I've seen people in the past not use API calls for this. Instead, they ensure all Requests are tagged to a 'Requests' Folder within Wrike. Then simply run Report from that folder to see Requested projects.

    Maybe this helps? If not it would be great to understand what you're looking to show or achieve by seeing this data so we can think about some workarounds 👍

    Stephen Community Team at Wrike 💡Узнайте о самых популярных функциях Wrike и советах по его использованию

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    Rajat Nigam

    We want to be able to pull data, entered via wrike form into internal company systems. I was planning to query the folders like https://www.wrike.com/api/v4/folders?permalink=https://www.wrike.com/open.htm?id=357702323 and extract JSON data.
    The 2 problems which I have is
    1)returns empty JSON if the permalink is for a folder which is not shared with me (although the bearer token was created using an admin account).
    2)I would not know the permalink id each time a project folder is created. So need a way to query folder/project created by a particular form

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    @Rajat Hi, I'm jumping in for Stephen, hope you don't mind!

    I'm going to raise a Support ticket for you - the team might be able to help you here. You'll get a notification soon.

    Thank you for posting on the Community 🙂

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    Miron Mizrahi

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    Hi Rajat

    While you can do this via the API, I was wondering whether you can actually do this via Wrike. It may be a tad manual but if you don't have a high volume to requests it may be OK.

    Firstly, a RF can only result in a creation of one project. I am assuming you are not using fancy branching in your form but even if you are, the set of all possible projects created from a given form is finite and known in advance. so you should be able to easily ID the projects for a given form. Next you could export these projects from Wrike and use that to feed your internal system. 

    If this is not going to work for you then you will need to build an integration between Wrike and your internal system. This can be done and (given certain pre-requisites) is not that hard if you know how to use the API. However, this forum is not really suitable for a full explanation. 

    Regarding your code snippet, this is now how you would do it. Firstly the ID you use is the one you see in Wrike whereas the API uses internal IDs which look completely different. Secondly the API call you describe is wrong. It takes the form of https://www.wrike.com/api/v4/folders/<id> . BUt like I said, here is not really the best way to discuss this.

    I suggest you reach out to your AM and talk to him/her about maybe engaging PS to help you out.

    Miron Mizrahi Community Team at Wrike 💡Узнайте о самых популярных функциях Wrike и советах по его использованию

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