API to export data
Would like an API to download a bucket (like the current CSV export button)
It’s been a while since the last update, but this API feature is in the final stages of development and testing. It will soon be offered to more than just enterprise users.
Is there an approximate release date for this feature?
Is this feature available yet? We'd like to use Initial State, but we do need to access data that we've put in rather than storing it in a completely separate database so that we can access it.
Neil Bailey commented
If you are adding an API I assume it will give options to sift the data to be downloaded such as by signal name or type etc? Can you add this functionality to the manual download options i.e. provide more flexibility than just "download everything". If I want to examine one specific data sensor, currently I have to download loads of data and then sift it.
This would really help!
What is the state of this request? I'm on a paid tier- but I don't see an API call to extract data..
Patrick – HereLab commented
Hi, Is there an update on the availability of this API endpoint for Professional level customers? We would like to send data to you, enable customers to see it and to access it for other services. We have many customers who would benefit from this feature.
Currently, the APIs available via groker.initialstate.com accept GET and POST verbs both for submitting data (because of a previous request from users who didn't have the ability to change the verb to POST, so GET is accepted as a POST).
There is currently a separate API for retrieving data for Enterprise customers. And there is an entirely new API that is in development that is planned to be released to other paid tiers for retrieving data via API.
In the mean time. Data is available for CSV download for EVERY tier within the Source app at app.initialstate.com
I'm investigating using Initial State and the ability to export data to other applications is fundamental to this. I can't find out how to do this in the documentation. I would have expected GET as well as POST in the API.