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  1. How can I authenticate user passwords against a "password" type field in a Caspio view via the REST API? "Select" does not work with fields of type "Password" and I can't seem to figure out how to access the data. I'm writing a mobile application that uses the REST API to access our data via "views". One of the fields is a "password" field, and I need to be able to compare the password that the user enters into my application with the password stored in the database. I don't need to extract the password field, but I do need to know if the password entered by the user matches what's stored in the database. Any tips on how to do this, or links to documentation, would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Hello Caspio Community! Let me explaining my scenario firstly please. Currently I'm stuck on how to authenticate REST API calls in a secure manner. I have a new app stood up and ready to launch (this app is/well always be locked behind Caspio Login) . However, before I launch this app I was wondering if I could use "document.cookie()" user token to make API calls instead of the bearer token that I have been using for development. If I could use a user token instead of an API key I would feel much more secure. Thank you for taking time out of your day to read this! I look forward to reading your replies!
  3. Hi, Greeting, I am new to this forum, I am having a problem when inserting multiple records at once by REST. It works perfect while inserting single record each time. However, it takes more than 3 mins when inserting about 300 records, does anyone know how to make a bulk insert instead of looping it. I have tried the following, but it doesn't work. [{"ID":"1","Date":"11/29/2016"},{"ID":"2","Date":"11/30/2016"} ] {"ID":"1","Date":"11/29/2016"},{"ID":"2","Date":"11/30/2016"}
  4. This may be of use to people. This is pulled out of a project I'm working on. It's a PHP library that manages the low-level integration with the Caspio REST API. If I have time I'll pull more classes out of the project that might be helpful and integrate them into this library. But it demonstrates the basics of interacting with the Caspio REST API via PHP. https://github.com/moksamedia/caspio-rest-api-lib
  5. Hello! I was wondering if anyone had any trouble when refreshing their access tokens? I successfully authenticated my users through RESTful API, but now have trouble using the POST call advised from the how to guide on the website. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
  6. I need to download more than 1000 rows via the REST API, is there an easy way to do it? Something like "get next 1000 rows", etc.? We've written an application that downloads data to a tablet via the REST API, the user then takes the tablet to remote locations off-line. Some of the data tables have more than 1000 rows, so our users are not able to get all of their data. I'm hoping Caspio has a built in way to "get next 1000 rows" so that we don't have to alter our tables to have sequential row indexes.
  7. I created a profile. Put my client_id and client_secret into POSTMAN along with the parameter "grant_type" and the value "client_credential". All I can get from Caspio is { "error": "invalid_client" } What other information do I need to include with the request? I've read the documentation. http://howto.caspio.com/caspio-bridge-rest-api/authenticating/ grant_type=client_credentials&client_id=<Client Key>&client_secret=<Client Secret> That list of URL Parameters is exactly what I'm sending. I've gone back into Caspio Access Permissions and refreshed my client_id and client_secret and saved the changes. With the new id and secret, I'm getting exactly the same error message. Please Help
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