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AAbdullayev
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Filters in properties endpoint

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Hello,

I want to get specific properties by filter formField=true and group(or groupName)=companyinformation.
But /crm/v3/properties/Companies/search not working, so maybe somebody have an idea. but api solutions only, because I currently use  after request handling.

my current request

GET {{HUBSPOT}}/crm/v3/properties/Companies?properties=name&properties=label&properties=fieldType&properties=groupName&archived=false&properties=formField&group=companyinformation

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klloyd__1
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Filters in properties endpoint

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Thanks for the tag @Jaycee_Lewis 

 

@AAbdullayev it does not appear that there is a property group filter for the properties endpoint.  You can either get specific properties (like you're doing now), or use the get all company properties endpoint (essentially the same thing just without ?properties= parameters).

 

What I would recommend is use the get all properties endpoint, then loop through the results to return properties where groupname=companyinformation and formField = true.  I always use Python code, and to do that I would do something like this:

 

import requests
import json
url = "https://api.hubapi.com/crm/v3/properties/comapnies"
payload = {}
headers = {}
response = requests.request("GET", url, headers=headers, data=payload)
response_json = response.json()
all_properties = response_json['results']
companyinformationprops = []
for property in all_properties:
    if property['groupName'] == "companyinformation" and property['formField'] is False:
        companyinformationprops.append(property)

 

This will leave you with a list of just the properties from the company information group and are set as form fields.

 

I agree it would be better if these filters could be added directly to the URL request, but this is my best workaround.  Please let me know if this helps!

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klloyd__1
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Teilnehmer/-in | Partner
Teilnehmer/-in | Partner

Filters in properties endpoint

lösung

Thanks for the tag @Jaycee_Lewis 

 

@AAbdullayev it does not appear that there is a property group filter for the properties endpoint.  You can either get specific properties (like you're doing now), or use the get all company properties endpoint (essentially the same thing just without ?properties= parameters).

 

What I would recommend is use the get all properties endpoint, then loop through the results to return properties where groupname=companyinformation and formField = true.  I always use Python code, and to do that I would do something like this:

 

import requests
import json
url = "https://api.hubapi.com/crm/v3/properties/comapnies"
payload = {}
headers = {}
response = requests.request("GET", url, headers=headers, data=payload)
response_json = response.json()
all_properties = response_json['results']
companyinformationprops = []
for property in all_properties:
    if property['groupName'] == "companyinformation" and property['formField'] is False:
        companyinformationprops.append(property)

 

This will leave you with a list of just the properties from the company information group and are set as form fields.

 

I agree it would be better if these filters could be added directly to the URL request, but this is my best workaround.  Please let me know if this helps!

AAbdullayev
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Filters in properties endpoint

lösung

okay, thanks. Now is working like that.
I was hoping there would be a filter 🙂

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klloyd__1
Teilnehmer/-in | Partner
Teilnehmer/-in | Partner

Filters in properties endpoint

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Oops, meant to write property['formField'] is True

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Jaycee_Lewis
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Filters in properties endpoint

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Hi, @AAbdullayev 👋 Welcome to the community! Hey, @Ismail @klloyd__1, do you have any tips on how @AAbdullayev can structure their request?

 

Thank you very much! — Jaycee

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Jaycee Lewis

Developer Community Manager

Community | HubSpot

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