Standard HTTP methods are used for creating, retrieving, updating, and deleting resources. The mapping of the HTTP methods to operational semantics is described in the following table:
|GET||Used for retrieving the resource representation. This method does not modify the resource across repeated invocations. The query parameters are appended to the URI to appropriately filter the resource instances.|| Retrieve logs with dates only after 2016-11-15 16:35:39.820.
GET <BASE_URI>/ApplicationService/AuditLogs?$filter=CreatedDate gt '2016-11-15 16:35:39.820'
|POST||Used for creating resources or performing actions.|| Create a user session. Payload is not displayed.
|PUT||Used for updating a specific instance or create a specific resource instance with a specific identifier.|| Update the user account details. Payload is not displayed.
|DELETE||Used for removing a specific resource. If the resource does not exist, a Success response is returned.|| Delete a specific user account.
When you perform tasks using these methods, they return an HTTP response code. For more information about the response codes, see Status Code Definitions on the W3.org website. If a method fails, you may also see an Error and Event Message code. You can search for more details about this code using the Dell QRL app on your mobile device.