Can I add a filter to an existing workbook using the REST APIs?


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    Brian Junio


    Good afternoon!

    Our Workbook API does not provide a means of running with an ad hoc filter.

    The best bet to accomplish this programmatically with the API will be to first pull down the Workbook's JSON, edit the JSON to include your custom filter, update the Workbook, and then finally execute the job.

    If you were to create a filter similar to the custom filter you are looking to inject, you can harvest the format.  Below is an example of filtering the "WorkbookID" column for all values greater than 400:

          "filterArguments": [
              "column": "WorkbookID",
              "filterExpression": "GREATER",
              "value": "400",
              "type": "CONSTANT"



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