Last post Dec 05, 2012 10:08 PM by Haixia Xie - MSFT
Dec 04, 2012 03:25 PM|dotnetterAMG123|LINK
Hello - From what I understand the following format is a common way to query resources using multiple parameters in REST:
However, I've seen the following reference in the Facebook Graph API:
In the url reference from Facebook above the querystring start character (?) is placed immediately after the domain /. That seems to be an unconventional way to define a query string. To a traditional web developer that looks invalid, although of course
it is valid because it's part of the Facebook Graph API. I think I may have seen that format implemented somewhere else as well.
So why did Facebook choose to implement the querystring that way? Why would a provider choose to implement a REST service querystring using that particular format instead of a more traditional/structured format?
Dec 05, 2012 10:08 PM|Haixia Xie - MSFT|LINK
Please take a look at the responses in
this duplicated thread.