- Find documentation related to answers at the following links (and you can always find them through the search bar):
Using AnswerHub As A Developer
Describing the AnswerHub Platform
Intro to AnswerHub
Appendix B - The AnswerHub Data Model
Notes for answerIds:
While using the suggested request methods, remember all answers are also nodes and, in almost all cases, fields and parameters that work with nodes will also work with answers.
- Please refer to the node section if you want to review the details relevant to these requests.
Remember: All concrete sub-types of node (questions, answers, or comments) share the same pool of assigned identifiers.
- You can find an answer's answerId in the edit answer URL after /answers/. For example: http://localhost:8888/qa/answers/17/edit.html (The answerId in this example is 17).
You can also find an Answer ID by making a request to retrieve a list of all the answers.
Anywhere you need an answerId for a request, the nodeId will serve the same purpose (They are the same number).