After getting access, data from Office 365 and other Cloud services like Share Point online, One Drive, and so could be updated.
Figure 10: App permissions The left panel of the Graph Explorer will display the authenticated user name after a successful login.
A developer can use MS Graph Explorer to test the Graph API by calling logic, data returned by Graph API, explore how to POST, PATCH and DELETE calls, works, and the like.
Figure 6: Registration successful Download the sample code provided by Microsoft if you want to check things out.
Figure 7: Download SDK code sample Graph Explorer is a Web interface for exploring Microsoft Graph APIs.
Consider it as a developer's sandbox where you can run any request command, such as GET, and get a response back from Office 365 in JSON format. Figure 8: Accessing Graph Explorer Once the Graph Explorer opens, sign in using your Microsoft test account.
Make sure you use your test account to access Office 365 data to avoid accidentally updating or deleting production environment information. Figure 9: Signing in to Graph Explorer Give permission to the login app to access your profile and other information.
Figure 12 shows different request types supported in MS Graph.
Figure 12: Graph Explorer request types MS Graph APIs are only available in two versions: V1.0, and "beta" for preview. Figure 13: Graph Explorer API versions The HTTP request headers can be specified in the "Request Header" area.
You do not need to specify an event ID, a severity, or the format of the message when you create the event to log in your application code.
This approach of using strongly typed events in your logging process provides the following benefits: While it is possible to use the Event Source class in the .
Response Preview shows the execution result in JSON format.
Figure 15: Graph Explorer Response Sample GET queries can be executed from the left navigation panel. Figure 16: Graph Explorer common queries Graph maintains the histories of the API calls.
Similarly, the HTTP Request body also can be specified in the area which appears when you click the "REQUEST BODY" link.