Search for Content Using a Query

You can use this request to search for and return a paged list of nodes based on your query criteria.

/services/v2/node.json?q=[SearchTerm]

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Permissions & Notes:

  • No permissions necessary.
  • The system requires the q parameter.
  • With the includeOnly parameter set to id and name (/services/v2/node.json?includeOnly=id,name) to the AnswerHub REST API.
  • We added this request in version 1.6.3.

You can use the following parameters in your search for content using a query request:

Paging*: page, pageSize
Search: q, type, lang
Projection: include, exclude, includeOnly
Other options**: wrap, v1

The system supports the following sorting criteria in a node query request (Not all sorting criteria currently work; only sort by date and sort by relevance work):

Criteria NameFieldOrderDescription
votesscore, extra.scoredescendingThis parameter sorts search results from the highest to the lowest vote count.
viewCountextra.viewCountdescendingThis parameter sorts search results from the highest to the lowest view count.
usedCountextra.usedCountdescendingThis parameter sorts search results from the highest to the lowest used count. (The used count is the number of actions performed on a specific node.)
reportCountextra.reportCountdescendingThis parameter sorts search results from the highest to the lowest report count. (The report count is the number of times a node has been reported.)
newestcreationDatedescendingThis parameter sorts search results from the most recently to the least recently created.
hottest(computed property)descendingThis parameter sorts search results from the most to least hot. (Hot is a computed property based on the Total number of answers (for questions) or comments (for ideas/articles) within a configurable number of days (default is 2; the admin can change this in Site > General > Navigation)
favoriteCountextra.favoriteCountdescendingThis parameter sorts search results from the highest to the lowest favorite count. (The favorite count is the number of times a user has made a node a favorite.)
defaultdescendingThe default sorting is the same as active.
commentCountextra.commentCountdescendingThis parameter sorts search results from the highest to the lowest comment count.
answerCountDescextra.answerCountdescendingThis parameter sorts search results from the highest to the lowest answer count.
answerCountextra.answerCountascendingThis parameter sorts search results from the lowest to the highest answer count.

Sample Requests

A GET search for content using a query request for "test" with results sorted by relevance sent to https://apidocs.cloud.answerhub.com using a human-readable Username/Password (answerhub/test123) would look like this:

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NOTE:

In the query search example above, the sort will default to sort=relevance. If you try to do a query search and a sort in the same request, the sort will automatically default to relevance. You should use the different query params in separate requests.

curl 
-u answerhub:test123 
-H "Accept: application/json" 
-H "Content-type: application/json" 
-X GET "https://apidocs.cloud.answerhub.com/services/v2/node.json?q=gps"
curl 
-u answerhub:test123 
-H "Accept: application/json" 
-H "Content-type: application/json" 
-X GET "https://apidocs.cloud.answerhub.com/services/v2/node.json?sort=viewCount"

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Use of pageSize and page:

Note, we used the parameter pageSize = 1 to decrease the length of the JSON Response shown below. Without this parameter, the response displays a full page worth of response. To change pages, simply add the page=[pageNumber] parameter in your query.

Sample Responses

Response for query search, q=gps"

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    "name": "",
    "sort": "relevance",
    "page": 1,
    "pageSize": 15,
    "pageCount": 1,
    "listCount": 5,
    "totalCount": 6,
    "sorts": [
        "active",
        "newest",
        "hottest",
        "votes",
        "viewCount",
        "usedCount",
        "answerCount",
        "answerCountAsc",
        "commentCount",
        "favoriteCount",
        "followers",
        "reportCount"
    ],
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            "id": 128,
            "type": "question",
            "creationDate": 1545231744000,
            "creationDateFormatted": "12/19/2018 03:02 PM",
            "title": "Can the government track you if you have a GPS-enabled mobile phone?",
            "body": "",
            "bodyAsHTML": "",
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                "id": 22,
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                "realname": "Confused User",
                "reputation": 0
            },
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            "lastActiveUserId": 22,
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This will require the ability to systematically reducing the number of tests to a realistic number without compromising quality and Paul, like CA, advocates a <a rel=\"nofollow noopener noreferrer\" href=\"https://www.ca.com/us/collateral/white-papers/models-at-heart.register.html\" target=\"_blank\">Model-Based approach</a> to achieve this.</p>\n<h2>Some New Tools and Technology Will Be Needed, Some Might Already Exist</h2>\n<p>There are features particular to the IoT which might make it particularly complex, however. Among other factors, Paul identifies the lower level hardware devices often involved, as well as the fact that the user base might be millions of mobile individuals, with objects moving across networks and certain devices carrying their own network.</p>\n<p>When considering how to perform functional testing in the face of such complexity, Paul suggests numerous requirements. Testers will need to be able to simulate ?thousands or millions of devices?, as well as having ?data that is fit for purpose?. The latter will involve the ability to generate and edit data, as well as to monitor and track its usage.</p>\n<p>On the surface, these requirements are similar to the current need of testers to have constant access to realistic test data and production-like systems. Along with effective test case design, having the right data and environments form three pillars of rigorous testing at speed.</p>\n<p>The IoT will of course present new challenges. It will require tooling to ?execute very large numbers of tests?, as well as the more fundamental challenge of creating these tests in the first place. <a rel=\"nofollow noopener noreferrer\" href=\"http://www.ca.com/us/lpg/perfecto-mobile-inc.aspx\" target=\"_blank\">Tools are emerging</a>, however, capable of executing tests efficiently across both software and hardware, while Model-Based approaches will presumably have a role to play here too.</p>\n<p>Similarly, <a rel=\"nofollow noopener noreferrer\" href=\"http://www.ca.com/gb/products/ca-test-data-manager.html\" target=\"_blank\">high performance data generation engines</a> which offer sufficiently comprehensive data generation functions already exist to create ?trusted data sets? based on ?real world operations?. CA worked with Hitachi Consulting, for instance, to generate realistic data for performance testing as part of Copenhagen?s move to become a smart city. As set out in chapter 5 of Hitachi Consulting?s eBook, <a rel=\"nofollow noopener noreferrer\" href=\"http://learn.hitachiconsulting.com/Engineering-the-New-Reality\" target=\"_blank\"><em>Engineering the New Reality</em></a>, this included creating data on the basis of historical data from 1.7 billion GPS journeys, while also learning from physical sensors such as GPS in mobile devices.</p>\n<h2>A Solid Foundation</h2>\n<p>The IoT will therefore present fresh challenges for testing, but there are already solid foundations on which it can build. As Paul concludes, ?testers will have to learn to create better test models and how to use them with more technical modelling and simulation tools?, but some of the techniques and technology already appear in place, and seem to be moving in the right direction to accommodate this shift.</p></div></div>",
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Testers will need to be able to simulate ?thousands or millions of devices?, as well as having ?data that is fit for purpose?. The latter will involve the ability to generate and edit data, as well as to monitor and track its usage.</p> \n  <p>On the surface, these requirements are similar to the current need of testers to have constant access to realistic test data and production-like systems. Along with effective test case design, having the right data and environments form three pillars of rigorous testing at speed.</p> \n  <p>The IoT will of course present new challenges. It will require tooling to ?execute very large numbers of tests?, as well as the more fundamental challenge of creating these tests in the first place. <a rel=\"nofollow noopener noreferrer\" href=\"http://www.ca.com/us/lpg/perfecto-mobile-inc.aspx\" target=\"_blank\">Tools are emerging</a>, however, capable of executing tests efficiently across both software and hardware, while Model-Based approaches will presumably have a role to play here too.</p> \n  <p>Similarly, <a rel=\"nofollow noopener noreferrer\" href=\"http://www.ca.com/gb/products/ca-test-data-manager.html\" target=\"_blank\">high performance data generation engines</a> which offer sufficiently comprehensive data generation functions already exist to create ?trusted data sets? based on ?real world operations?. CA worked with Hitachi Consulting, for instance, to generate realistic data for performance testing as part of Copenhagen?s move to become a smart city. 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