Bizagi features an OData service which handles aspects of the Experience design.
Through the Stakeholders URI, you may handle metadata related to Stakeholders in the project, and when navigating for a specific Stakeholder with its ID you may handle My Stuff, Searches or Relevant processes, as described at Stakeholder's metadata.
This section describes how to query a given Stakeholder's collections as presented in My Stuff.
Start off from the following URL:
•[stakeholder_ID]: The GUID of a specific stakeholder as returned when invoking the Stakeholder's metadata.
•[your_bizagi_project_url]: Corresponds to the URL where end users access the Bizagi Work portal.
For instance for an on-premise Bizagi project, such URL would be:
While for Bizagi PaaS projects, such URL would be:
This resource is available through an HTTP GET action.
The following image illustrates how you can send an HTTP GET for this resource:
Returned results consider (inside of the value element):
•Name: The unique name of the collection of My Stuff, as defined in Bizagi Studio.
•DisplayName: The default display name of the collection of My Stuff, as shown to end users in the Work portal.
•@odata.id: The unique URL to access that specific collection of My Stuff.
•Id: A string-based GUID representing the URI of that specific collection of My Stuff.
•Actions: The list of available actions for that such collection of My Stuff.
Such parameters include for each action:
oId: A string-based GUID of the action.
oName: The name of the action.
oDisplayName: The display name of the action.
oParameters: The list of parameters needed to trigger that new action, which in turn specifies the parameter's ID, name, Xpath and type of data (as per Types of data).
•Template: The list of data (attributes) that such collection of My Stuff uses when displaying its summary through the template.
Such template includes sets of information having:
oName: The name of the attribute.
oXpath: The Xpath to that attribute parting from the process entity.
oType: The type of data of the attribute. For a list of possible values regarding data types in Bizagi, refer to Types of data.
In addition to the above, for every set of results returned by the OData services, the successful response includes a set of standard properties which are preceded by the @ sign. Such properties are described at Properties and querying options.
Notice how through the @odata.id property, you can obtain that specific record's detail only, instead of a full list.
For example using:
You may also further navigate and explore specific elements of the My Stuff collections, such as the actions available for each record of those collections.
For example using