Getting Site Information

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After getting credentials and obtaining an acess token, the first piece of information needed is the Site-ID(s). The Site-ID will be necessary to make subsequent calls because it will be part of the request URL for endpoints other than Sites.


Note: It is possible for a user to have more than one site. If the user is managing multiple business entities under different names, each can be set up in its own site.

Sample Request:

GET https://services.fishbowl.com/api/odata/v1/Sites HTTP/1.1
Accept: application/json
Authorization: Bearer u7kBYz1UhHkoRSc7V4gruBs-4sEpIkFV-F4LGiFMwfGwJNnT_JzNft
g6_Zm0yWi8P m60iPlmCCHUSwCX5Uru-OJq2jzhbT-E6nAc1OwzghTCmeoo0K69ubDBMFX5hyKlc
AjA9H3Vs-ZNjNYKarpSO5rA5ubG5-Va5Aigm9mp-Pre-EaGAY_HBdxZi-LBMSQ_mSjyIDPBpLFYP
BNzK3cu0xGobGsFLxPtDG3urs_4abXZtvxN8wm9rpsgr


Sample Response:

  {  
"odata.metadata":"http://services.fishbowl.com/API/odata/v1/$metadata#Sites",
"value":[  
   {  
      "SiteID":"1234567890",
      "Name":"Fishbowl Demo API",
      "SiteGUID":"32cc6c0f-92a2-4548-94b6-123944c0d7bb",
      "WebDomainName":"fishbowllocal.fbmta.com",
      "MailDomainName":"fishbowllocal.fbmta.com" 
   }
]
}