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Using Python with the Preservica Entity APIs (Part 3)

In this article we will be looking at API calls which create and update entities within the repository, some calls to add and update descriptive metadata and we will also look at the use of external identifiers which are useful if you want to synchronise external metadata sources to Preservica.

James Carr
June 11th 2020
Getting Started

Using Python with the Preservica Entity APIs (Part 2)

In my previous article on using the Preservica Entity API with Python we looked at creating the authentication token used by all the web service calls and then showed how we could use the token to request basic information about the intellectual assets held in the Preservica repository.

James Carr
May 27th 2020
Getting Started

Using Python with the Preservica Entity APIs (Part 1)

The Preservica Entity API provides a set of Restful web services to allow users to interact with the Preservica repository. The services allow both the reading and writing of metadata attached to both digital assets and their parent aggregations or collections. The API also allows read access to the digital content within the assets.

James Carr
May 13th 2020
Getting Started

Getting started with Preservica access tokens

Preservica maintains a number of API end points that allow third party systems and external processes to be used to automate such tasks as searching, ingesting and exporting content, as well as updating metadata in Preservica, to name but a few.

Andy Dean
April 30th 2020
Announcements

Welcome to the Preservica developer community!

Today, we’re excited to launch our new Preservica developer website - where you’ll find everything you need to take advantage of our open APIs for your integration needs.

Jason Peel
April 30th 2020