Boolean

The Boolean scalar type represents true or false.

EXAMPLE USAGES
GitHubMergePullRequest

Merge a GitHub pull request by its number with $title as the commit message.

Note as a precaution against merging a PR into the wrong target, you'll need to provide the current sha of the target branch head. You can find the sha under the headRef.oid field of the Pull Request, as per the GitHubGetPullRequest example

To merge the first PR on the OneGraph GraphQL Docs Repository, we could pass in the following variables:

{
  "repoName": "graphql-docs",
  "repoOwner": "OneGraph",
  "number": 1,
  "title": "Merge the GitHub examples, thank you @dwwoelfel!",
  "sha": "44d4e20fd739f486411049b7e94849d7b3332770"
}
AmILoggedIntoDevTo

Tell if a user is logged in (either via an $apiKey or the OAuth flow).

Note: We'll deprecate this field in favor of id as with our other integrations if/when DEV adds an endpoint to retrieve information about the currently logged in user. However, this field can be safely relied on to work even after that happens.

You can find or create your DEV.to API keys in the settings menu on dev.to

GitHubGetFileShaAndContent

Get the (textual) value of a file in a GitHub repo via GraphQL

  • $branchAndFilePath should be formatted as ${branchName}:${filePath without the leading '/'}

Note that the text field will be null if the file is a binary blog (such as an image).

If you need to read the binary content, email [support@onegraph.com](mailto:support@onegraph.com?subject=Can you add a base64-encoded binary content field to the GitHubBlob type on OneGraph?) and we can stitch in the corresponding REST endpoint

SetDevToArticlePublished

Publishes (and un-publishes) an article by its id ($articleId).

You can find or create your DEV.to API keys in the settings menu on dev.to

REQUIRED BY
AdrollAd

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AdrollAdgroup

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AdrollAdGroupData

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AdrollAdgroupGroupData

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AdrollAdvertisable

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AdrollAudience

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AdrollCampaign

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AdrollConversions

Contains reporting metric data for attributions, deliveries by audience conversion.

AdrollGranularConversion

A row describing a granular conversion.

AdrollGroupBy

[BETA] This GraphQL node is currently under development. Avoid its use in production until it has passed some thorough QA.

This is the type for the 'groups' argument in the group queries.

AdrollGroupListRow

[BETA] This GraphQL node is currently under development. Avoid its use in production until it has passed some thorough QA.

Row returned for each row in a group by query from 'group.loadByList'.

The available data depends on the arguments to the group by:

  • Entity data is only available when grouping by entity and only for the entity being grouped by.
  • Date is only available when grouping by date.
  • Only columns specified in the group by are available for a particular group.

Groups are returned as a flat list but should be interpret as a hierarchy:

  • There is always one 'root' group that has no entity data. The metrics in this root group are the total aggregate.
  • Children groups have a 'parentId' field that is the 'id' of their parent (e.g. children of the root group will have a parentId of 'root').
  • The final level of groups in the query have the 'leaf' field as true. This is made for easy filtering when only the leaf nodes are required.
  • Each group in the 'groups' parameter for the query creates a level of sub-groups in order. So the first group parameter will correspond to children of the 'root' group, while the last group parameter will correspond to the 'leaf' groups.
AdrollQuery

Root element for a Reporting API GraphQL's query.

AdrollSegment

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AdrollSegmentGroupData

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AdrollUser

Provides information about a logged user.

AirtableBooleanField

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AirtableRecord

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AirtableRecordFieldArg

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ApolloAccountStage

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ApolloAssistantSetting

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ApolloContact

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ApolloContactStage

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ApolloEmailAccount

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ApolloOrganization

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ApolloPerson

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ApolloSequence

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ApolloTypedCustomField

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ApolloUser

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AsanaCreateTaskInput

Create task input.

AsanaCustomField

Custom Fields store the metadata that is used in order to add user-specified information to tasks in Asana. Be sure to reference the Custom Fields developer documentation for more information about how custom fields relate to various resources in Asana.

AsanaEnumOption

Enum options are the possible values which an enum custom field can adopt. An enum custom field must contain at least 1 enum option but no more than 50.

AsanaProject

A user object represents an account in Asana that can be given access to various workspaces, projects, and tasks.

AsanaTask

The task is the basic object around which many operations in Asana are centered.

AsanaTaskSearchFilter

No description

AsanaUpdateTaskPatchInput

Fields to update on the task

AsanaWorkspace

A workspace is the highest-level organizational unit in Asana. All projects and tasks have an associated workspace.

An organization is a special kind of workspace that represents a company. In an organization, you can group your projects into teams. You can read more about how organizations work on the Asana Guide. To tell if your workspace is an organization or not, check its isOrganization property.

Over time, we intend to migrate most workspaces into organizations and to release more organization-specific functionality. We may eventually deprecate using workspace-based APIs for organizations. Currently, and until after some reasonable grace period following any further announcements, you can still reference organizations in any workspace parameter.

BoxFile

File object in Box

BoxFilePermissions

An object containing the permissions that the current user has on this file.

BoxLock

The lock held on the file

BoxSharedLink

Shared links provide direct, read-only access to files or folder on Box using a URL. Shared links with open access level allow anyone with the URL to access the item, while shared links with company or collaborators access levels can only be accessed by appropriate authenticated Box users. See here for more details on all of the options and admin settings related to shared links.

           Users can access shared items by entering the shared link URL in a browser. Applications can also access shared items using the [Get Shared Item](https://developer.box.com/reference#get-a-shared-item) API and the `BoxApi` header.

Shared link objects are only created, updated, or deleted as part of file or folder objects -- not on their own. There is only one active shared link for a file or folder at any time. If you update the shared link settings, the new settings will apply to any users who already have the URL. If you delete the shared link and create a new one, the new shared link with have a different URL and users with the old URL will not be able to access the item.

BoxSharedLinkPermissions

Permissions for a shared link

BoxUser

User object in Box

BoxWatermarkInfo

The watermarkInfo held on the file

BrexAccount

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BrexAscendaMaintenance

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BrexCobranding

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BrexCreateAssetInput

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BrexFinicityPayload

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BrexFundingSource

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BrexIntegrationRule

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BrexMerchantCategory

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BrexNetsuiteClass

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BrexNetsuiteDepartment

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BrexNetsuiteLocation

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BrexOnboardingPageForm

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BrexOnboardingPageMfa

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BrexPageInfo

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BrexRootQueryType

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BrexUser

No description

BrexUserCategory

No description

BrexUserCategoryInput

No description

ClearbitPerson

The result of a Clearbit contact enrichment call

ClearbitPersonCompany

The result of a Clearbit company enrichment call

CloudflareAccountRolePermissionAccessLevel

Access level for a permission

CloudflareAccountSettings

Account settings for a Cloudflare Account.

CloudflareUser

A Cloudflare User.

ContentfulUser

A OneGraph me Contentful user

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