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tutorial:adm:api_requirements [2018/12/27 13:50]
kotisovam [Example of REST]
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kotisovam [Example of DB Table]
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 ===== Example of DB Table ===== ===== Example of DB Table =====
  
-If you want to connect one DB table to CzechIdM, your DBMS must support CRUD operations (which it naturally ​supports ​:-)). So your primary ​concern is to set appropriate rights for the user that CzechIdM will use for the connection to DB. +If you want to connect one DB table to CzechIdM, your DBMS must support CRUD operations (which it does, naturally :-)). So your main concern is to set the appropriate rights for the user that CzechIdM will use for the connection to DB. 
  
 ^ SQL operation ^ Corresponding operation ​ ^ Input Parameters ^  Output ​ ^  ^ SQL operation ^ Corresponding operation ​ ^ Input Parameters ^  Output ​ ^ 
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 <​TABLE>​ - connected DB Table <​TABLE>​ - connected DB Table
-<ID> - the name of the column with unique ​identificator ​- e.g. primary key+<ID> - the name of the column with the unique ​identifier ​- e.g. primary key
  
-As you can see, operations in this example fully correspond to the generic API description presented in previous chapters.+As you can see, the operations in this example fully correspond to the generic API description presented in the previous chapters.