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Triggers when BeLazy notifies Integromat of new incoming project that is approved automatically or manually. The module returns with an iteration through the available projects in BeLazy.
Triggers when a new bookmark is created.
Triggers when a new event happen.
Triggers when a new event is created.
Triggers when a new file is added or existing modified in a specific folder.
Triggers when a new group was added.
Triggers when a new task is created.
Triggers when a new user is added.
Acknowledges the successful processing of a project received from BeLazy. Projects not acknowledged will remain in the active project list.
Adds a file to a workspace. The file must already be uploaded; with this operation the file is added to the the workspace and its properties are set. If a file is already added to the workspace the properties of the file are set.
Creates a project from the specified files of a workspace. The workspace is the holder (staging area) of the content (files). When all content is present in a workspace, create a project with this operation.
Creates a new workspace.
Deletes a file. Generally an uploaded file should be referenced in a futher API call and should not be deleted. The removal is offered for convenience to discard uploads made by mistake. Uploaded but unused files are also deleted within 10 minutes.
Deletes the workspace, including all files in the workspace. This operation cannot be reversed.
Downloads the files from BeLazy which then can be stored with a following step to Dropbox, GDrive, FTP etc. This module is meant to be preceeded by a Query File List module that returns with the files available in the project.
Gets the details of a connection.
Gets the properties of a particular file.
Gets the details of an active project.
Gets the properties of a workspace.
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Removes a file from a workspace.
Invokes the synchronization of an automated connection.
Updates the properties of a workspace. All properties will be overwritten with the provided values.
Uploads a new file. The successful operation returns an identifier, which can be used to reference to this file in further Api calls. Uploaded and unused (unreferenced) files are kept for no longer than 10 minutes. The maximum accepted file size is 3GB.
Adds a user to a group.
Copies file to new folder.
Creates a new bookmark on a folder.
Creates a new comment on a file.
Creates a file audit report.
Creates a public file link.
Creates a new folder.
Creates a public folder link.
Creates a group.
Creates a group provisioning audit report.
Adds a metadata key to an existing namespace.
Creates a namespace of custom metadata fields for a domain.
Creates a permission audit report.
Creates a new file-related task for a user.
Creates a new user.
Creates a user provisioning audit report.
Deletes a specific bookmark.
Deletes a specific comment.
Deletes a file.
Deletes a folder.
Removes a group.
Deletes a link.
Deletes a metadata key from an existing namespace.
Deletes a specified namespace.
Deletes an existing audit report.
Deletes a specific task.
Removes a user.
Permanently remove up to 10 specified files, folders, and versions from your account's trash.
Downloads a file.
Gets the details for a specific bookmark.
Gets details for a specific comment.
This endpoint is used to see which users are in the group and view group attributes.
Shows link details.
Lists all custom metadata keys that have been created in a given namespace.
Get the details for a specific task.
Retrieves a single user.
Retrieves details about specific file.
Retrieves permission of a specific folder.
Retrieves details about specific folder.
This endpoint is used to list the total count of the trash in your domain.
Returns the metadata values for a given namespace for a file or folder.
Changes status of a specific task.
Checks status of a requested audit report generation.
Locks a file.
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Modifies the options for folder.
Moves a file to new folder.
Removes a user from a group.
Renames a group.
Retrieves up 10 specified files, folders, and versions from the trash.
Sets new perimissions entries for users or groups on a given folder.
Sets a metadata values for given namespace for a file or folder.
Unlocks a file.
Edits a specific task.
Updates a user.
Updates the namespace scope or name of a custom metadata for a domain.
Updates the key definitions of a namespace of custom metadata fields for a domain.
Creates or updates a file.
Lists the projects that are available in BeLazy for download and acknowledge.
Lists the connections defined in BeLazy. This module returns with an iteration through the connections.
Lists the files in a project, generally it should come after a check if the project has files (origin.hasFiles = true). The module returns with an iteration through the available files that then can be downloaded using the Download File module.
Lists the files matching the specified search criteria associated with the specified workspace.
Lists the workspaces matching the specified search criteria.
Creates a login audit report.
Returns file audit report data.
Returns group provisioning audit report data.
Returns login audit report data.
Returns permission audit report data.
Returns user provisioning audit report data.
Lists all bookmarks for the authenticated user.
Lists all comments for a given file. Administrators can also send a request with no parameters to list all of the comments for that domain.
Lists all files/subfolders in a specific folder.
Lists all the groups in your domain.
Retrieves your links.
Lists all custom metadata namespaces in the domain.
This endpoint is used to list all recent files for the authenticated user.
Lists all tasks for a given file, or all tasks created by (or assigned to) the user issuing the API request.
Lists all of the contents of the trash in your domain.
Retrieves all, or a chosen subset, of users.
Finds content stored in Egnyte based on filenames, metadata, and text content.
Find items that have a specific metadata field or items that have a field that contains a specific value.