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It’s a bit hard to know what’s going on without seeing your code and config and knowing your Sitecore version but some things to check are: Login Cookies Are you getting the login cookies from the login endpoint and passing the login cookies in your request to the API? Here is an example of a get item request. The login cookies are created by a separate ...


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Yes it is feasible to get the item id from the return result. You just need to add the itemidin the field projection. Please see below the updated Rest API http://{host}/sitecore/api/ssc/item/search?term=12345&includeStandardTemplateFields=False&fields=Email,itemid I did a small test with the home item and the result are shown below (which returns ...


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You are using Sitecore 9+, so you can use Odata item service to achieve this. By default there are various search options available in Odata service. In your case the Odata request should be having the below filters. /sitecore/content/home/folderitem?$filter=Name eq 'itemname' and TemplateName eq 'templatename' have a look at the Sitecore document


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According to Sitecore documentation you can run query stored on an item using /item/{id}/query url. You must replace the {id} part with the item which stores the query, e.g. /sitecore/api/ssc/item/110D559F-DEA5-42EA-9C1C-8A5DF7E70EF9/query You can add more parameters, e.g. pageSize, page, database, includeStandardTemplateFields, fields: /sitecore/...


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400 Error code usually means "Bad Request" which means that something has been forgotten that is expected in URL or there is a typo somewhere. Based on Documentation page you have linked it means: Bad Request. This indicates that the request is not accepted by the server, perhaps because a parameter is invalid. It also indicates that you should not ...


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