Each API conforms to one of the URI patterns listed in the following table. Some cloud objects only provide a subset of these URI patterns, depending on the nature of the object. See the API reference for complete details on the APIs available for each object.
In the URI patterns:
<class>represents the name of a cloud object.
<guid>represents a unique identifier for the
<operation>represents the name of a
(<relation>)+represents a relationship between the
<class>object and another cloud object.
In the actual APIs, names of specific cloud objects, relationships, and operations take the place of
<operation>. You can specify complex relationships between cloud objects by replacing the
(<relation>)+ element with a sequence of relationships separated by forward slashes (see Relationship traversal).
Creates a new instance of the
Retrieves a list of all instances of the
Retrieves information about the
Modifies metadata about the
Performs a static operation on a
Performs the requested operation on the
Traverses a sequence of one or more relationships to retrieve the set of
Traverses a sequence of one or more relationships and performs the requested operation on the set of
Retrieves the JSON document for the