The REST API is relatively uniform in how it handles resources. There are some exceptions, however.
points fall under the same API endpoint:
Unlike many other API endpoints, the
points endpoint supports bulk deletion. It is possible to delete many point resources in one request by separating many point IDs with a comma. Example:
When points are deleted, it is still possible to view them for 2 months after the time of deletion. This is useful for tools relating to weeding and historical records.
/api/points/ endpoint supports a special
?filter= query parameter. There are three options for this parameter:
?filter=allreturns archived and active points.
?filter=oldonly returns archived points.
?filter=keptonly returns active (not-archived) points. This is the default behavior for index (