graph-explorer | Open source graph data visualiser for Apache TinkerPop | Graph Database library

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graph-explorer is a JavaScript library typically used in Database, Graph Database applications. graph-explorer has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

Open source Graph Data Visualiser for Apache TinkerPop supported Graph Databases.

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              It has 79 star(s) with 12 fork(s). There are 8 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 15 open issues and 28 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 14 days. There are no pull requests.
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              The latest version of graph-explorer is alpha-update-2

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            Community Discussions


            How to call Microsoft Graph APIs for Teams using user credentials
            Asked 2021-May-11 at 00:55

            The requirement is to send a chat message to a channel in MS Teams using Graph APIs. The idea is to automate a workflow that when triggered sends a message to a channel mentioning a chatbot (e.g. @XXXbot hello).

            Incoming webhook link feature provided out-of-the box by MS Teams can not be used as it lacks the @mention functionality.

            So, the question is how can I create an automation framework that does the following as and when required:

            • Authenticate/authorize every time I hit the API
            • Sends chat messages to a channel in MS Teams

            Given, I have already created an AAD user that I have used with MS Graph Explorer and was able to send the message. I want to utilize the same credentials in my automation too.

            I went through the MS docs but all of them are talking about registering an App in azure portal to achieve this e.g. here: Auth concepts, so wondering if that's the only way or do we have any other way to achieve this purely through user credentials. I am fine with even if there are some curl commands to be made for this.



            Answered 2021-May-11 at 00:55

            To call Microsoft Graph, you have to register an App in azure portal.

            Per my understanding, you want to use a user token (corresponding to application token) but you don't want interactively sign-in.

            In this case, the only way is using Resource Owner Password Credentials flow, which allows an application to sign in the user by directly handling their password.

            We need to put our password into the request. Therefore, it is inevitable to bear certain security risks.

            Please note that:

            Microsoft recommends you do not use the ROPC flow. In most scenarios, more secure alternatives are available and recommended. This flow requires a very high degree of trust in the application, and carries risks which are not present in other flows. You should only use this flow when other more secure flows can't be used.

            But based on your requirement, the only way is using this flow. Take it as your own risk.



            Azure AD / Microsoft.Graph C# Authorization problem, but not in Graph Explorer
            Asked 2021-May-04 at 10:56

            Hi all and thanks in advance for all feedback. It is much appreciated!

            I use NuGet packages: Microsoft.Graph 3.27.0 Micfosoft.Graph.Auth 1.0.0

            and OnBehalfOfProvider and basically just want to list users or filter to a specific one from Azure Active Directory, but I can't seem to figure out how to do the same as I am allowed to with Graph Explorer ( With the online explorer I have no issues:

            Everything fine with Graph Explorer and listing users

            But in my C# .NET application when I try to do the same with scopes parameter: string[] graphScopes = { "User.Read","profile", "Sites.ReadWrite.All"}; or string[] graphScopes = { ""};

            I get Status 500 Internal Server Error and these details:

            "error": { "code": "generalException", "message": "Unexpected exception returned from MSAL." ... "innerException": { "classification": 4, "statusCode": 400, "claims": null, "responseBody": "{"error":"invalid_grant","error_description":"AADSTS65001: The user or administrator has not consented to use the application with ID 'c0fb187f-daa8-4566-a7fb-2decd05ef980' named 'platform-test-ad'. Send an interactive authorization request for this user and resource.

            And with scopes parameter: string[] graphScopes = new string[] { "" };

            I get 403:

            "error": { "code": "Authorization_RequestDenied", "message": "Insufficient privileges to complete the operation.", ... "statusCode": 403, "rawResponseBody": "{\r\n "error": {\r\n "code": "Authorization_RequestDenied",\r\n "message": "Insufficient privileges to complete the operation."

            Inside Azure, Enterprice applications | User settings looks like this: Enterprice applications User settings

            and my C# code looks like this:



            Answered 2021-Mar-31 at 13:07

            Make sure your account is not a personal(invited) account when calling Microsoft Graph API to list users.

            And you need to add one of the delegated permission in API Permission from Azure portal, such as User.Read.All. The scope User.Read in your issue has not enough permissions.



            Microsoft Graph ItemNotFound error when trying to get a workbook from sharepoint
            Asked 2021-Apr-15 at 06:36

            I followed this tutorial:

            When I use graph-explorer and do a GET{drive-id}/root/search(q='{search-text}')?select=name,id,webUrl then I get the item id with no problem. But then when I want to get the workbook in my application



            Answered 2021-Apr-14 at 15:00

            When using application permissions to call GET /drives/{drive_id}/items/{item_id}, your app needs one of the application permissions listed here most likely Files.Read.All

            I have observed that when you have an acess_token that does not have one of the required permissions, you get itemNotFound which is misleading.

            In your case just add Files.Read.All application permissions(requires admin consent) to your app on Azure AD.



            "Tenant does not have a SPO license" when trying to access drive items with GraphAPI
            Asked 2021-Mar-31 at 06:10

            I'm trying to understand how to configure a dotnet core web app to let me sign in using a personal Microsoft account and browse my OneDrive files.

            Firstly, I've used the Microsoft Graph Explorer, signed in using the account I want to use, and verified that I can browse my drive. There it tells me the query URL is and that it's using v1.0 of the Graph API. There's even a c# code snippet tab that shows me this:



            Answered 2021-Mar-31 at 06:10

            Okay, let me explain your doubts.

            First of all, you misunderstood what I said in the comments. I’m just asking if you set the support account type to: Personal Microsoft accounts only when creating the application. I just ask you for verification, not suggest you do it. Because this may be the cause of the error :'xxxxxxxxxxx'(AppName) is configured for use by Microsoft Account users only. Please use the /consumers endpoint to serve this request.

            According to the documentation. The /tenant id or / endpoint only allows users with work/school accounts of a specific Azure AD tenant to log in to the application. It does not support personal accounts.

            Only the /common and /consumers endpoints will allow personal Microsoft accounts to log in to the application. Because you can get the correct response only by using your personal account, so you only need to log in using the /common endpoint.



            Permissions for listing virtual machines with Graph API
            Asked 2021-Mar-25 at 11:19

            I am trying to use the request:



            Answered 2021-Mar-25 at 11:19

            Your error is not a lack of permissions but the use of the wrong scope.

            The error is actually very simple, you need to grant Azure Service Management api permissions instead of MS graph permissions, and then you need to set the scope to:

            Next, use the auth code flow to obtain an access token.

            1. Request an authorization code in the browser.



            How can I access a shared mailbox through Graph explorer
            Asked 2021-Mar-21 at 13:46

            My outlook account at work is a member of a group called GraphTest which has email address

            I'm trying to use the graph explorer to access mail in that group's inbox.

            When I run the query I get the error message

            Group Shard is used in non-Groups URI.

            When I replace with my own email it works. Also I've consented to the permissions Mail.Read and Mail.Read.Shared.

            What does this error message mean, and how can I fix it?



            Answered 2021-Mar-21 at 13:46


            Firstly the above API call which you used is invalid because you are giving a group email id to get it from user like /users/ which is invalid.

            Even there is no mention in documentation that we can use something like /groups/

            You can get some details from List Conversations using something like this.




            Internal Server Error while using MS Graph Site API with C#
            Asked 2021-Mar-21 at 13:13

            I'm trying to search file on SharePoint using Graph API. Getting the correct result on Microsoft graph-explorer but when I try with C# Getting error Status Code: 500 Reason Phrase:Internal Server Error

            Response Details as below:



            Answered 2021-Mar-21 at 13:13

            Try using the below code. Looks like your code is getting serialized twice. So I just removed the serialization step and it worked.



            How to filter on based on user resource field and schemaExtension properties together on Graph API?
            Asked 2021-Mar-15 at 15:59

            I am trying to filter users having certain schemaExtension and assignedPlan. But i receive an error response.

            here is my request, and schemaExtension i used.

            Response can be seen below.



            Answered 2021-Mar-15 at 15:59

            You can filter assignedPlans using the below query.

  $count=true&$filter=assignedPlans/any(a:a/servicePlanId eq bf6f5520-59e3-4f82-974b-7dbbc4fd27c7 and a/capabilityStatus eq 'Enabled')

            Add header ConsistencyLevel=eventual.

            But you cannot filter schema extensions as specified in the Known issues document. After getting results from above query, use that data and filter it on your end by writing the code.



            Microsoft Graph API userInfo endpoint UnknownError: Token must contain sub claim
            Asked 2021-Mar-03 at 02:48

            I'm trying to execute the userinfo endpoint at using an access token received through Open ID Connect.

            The response received is:

            400 Bad Request



            Answered 2021-Mar-03 at 02:48

            The access token is valid and does contain a sub claim.

            I suppose you didn't get the token correctly, please follow the steps below.

            1.Register an application with Azure AD

            2.In the API permissions of the AD App, add the following permission in Microsoft Graph

            3.In the Authentication, choose the options below.

            4.Hit the URL below in the browser, replace the , of yours, login your user account, then you will get an access_token and an id_token.



            Authorization_RequestDenied on setting value for user key object using Microsoft Graph
            Asked 2021-Feb-26 at 13:03

            I want to have an extra claim say "mygroupsrmm" in my jwt token which I want to view post decoding the token. I am trying to add custom claims to my jwt token which I will receive post authentication using Oauth2 flow. I've already modified application manifest file for registered AAD app with

            "acceptMappedClaims": true

            & followed below steps:

            //Step1 - Created custom policy

            New-AzureADPolicy -Definition @('{"ClaimsMappingPolicy":{"Version":1,"IncludeBasicClaimSet":"true","ClaimsSchema":[{"Source":"user","ID":"extensionattribute2","SamlClaimType":"","JwtClaimType":"mygroupsrmm"}]} }') -DisplayName "MyGroupsRMMExtraClaims" -Type "ClaimsMappingPolicy"

            //Step2 - assigned policy to my AAD registered app

            $appID = <> $sp = Get-AzureADServicePrincipal -Filter "servicePrincipalNames/any(n: n eq '$appID')" $policyId = <> Add-AzureADServicePrincipalPolicy -Id $sp.ObjectId -RefObjectId $policyId

            Above both steps are successful, now I went ahead with authentication calls

            //Step3 : GET /authorize API call


            From this step, authorization code is received, which is passed on to the /token API call

            //Step4: POST /token call



            Answered 2021-Feb-26 at 13:03

            You must be an administrator to modify this attribute. I have tested it just now.

            Update : Post assigning Directory writer role to the AAD user, above issue is fixed. See here for success calls


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