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C# API access - Custom Fields

*Posted on behalf of Lee Raybone. Original posting date 2015-06-22.* Is this possible in C#, when creating a new task? How would I be accessing the custom fields on the task? Also is it plausible to access the Estimate and the Deadline using C# on creation of task? Regards
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Exporting Data to a csv

*Posted on behalf of William Calhoun. Original posting date 2015-07-21.* Hello, I am trying to mimic the "export tasks to csv" output using the API. To my understanding there is no direct function in the API for exporting to csv. I am trying to recreate the process by building off the python code you attach in your "sample API code". I can write out the JSON objects of all the levels of hierarchy. Tasks, Projects, Packages, Folders, Events, Milestones However each csv is quite messy and none of them look anything like the 'export tasks to csv' output. I have access to the space I want and can access any element I want. I want to recreate the output of the 'export tasks to csv' as closely as possible. Below is my modified code where I can export projects and tasks separately. Any help would be much appreciated! Attached is my modified python file, the output of me exporting projects and tasks. And the output that you get from using the GUI's 'export tasks to csv' (liquid planner output one)
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Github Integration

*Posted on behalf of Max. Original post date 2014-07-08* We keep our code repo on github ... and while LP states it has an open API and talks about people integrating github via that API, there is no service listed for LiquidPlanner on github. ... so I then investigate Webhooks ... webhooks are available both in Github and LP ... but not sure how I can set this up? Bascially, I want to be able to see in LP when a commit (or other event) is made on Github - that way both ourselves and the clients can see the update that was made in LP and have a link to the record in github to see the details. On the Github side it has: - payload url - content type - secret. Can we get a URL and secret for each project / package / milestone - where can we get this from? Is it possible to have the info pushed from github to my projects ... please advise. It looks like the LP webhooks are from pushing info from LP into some other app ... is there some extra information on how to do this .... or maybe to push issues to github from LP. Would really like to use this ... and working this out and getting some extra information/blogpost about this out to the community can only help strengthen LP. BTW: many other project systems ARE listed in github services ... sort of surprised LP isn't already there.
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