graph-explorer | A graphite dashboard powered by structured metrics | Analytics library
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Allow units to be compatible
- Applies the derivative to the given target
- Convert from compatibles to requested units
- Transforms match_or_matches to match_matches
- Upgrade one or more targets
- Determine what we need to split
- Configure a target
- Create a metric from a match
- Apply color scheme
- Get the unique tag value for a given tag
- Get the value of a tag
- Parse a query string
- Parse string
- Build buckets from a string
- Convert underscores to underscores
- Convert CamelCase to CamelCase
- List all available dashboards
- Return a list of directories for the configuration
- Return a dictionary of graphs
- Convert a class name to a tag name
- Upgrade a metric based on its value
- Return a function that applies a graphite function to the graph
graph-explorer Key Features
graph-explorer Examples and Code Snippets
GraphService client = MsGraph.explorer().build(); GraphService client = MsGraph .explorer() .proxyHost(proxyHost) .proxyPort(8080) .build(); client .users() .select("displayName") .stream() .limit(10) .map(user -> user.getDis
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I want to write a decorator like the login_required decorator of Django to check the Azure AD authentication and the Django authentication at the same time. If one of the two is not true, it redirects to the login page.
For the authentication, I used the tutorial (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/tutorials/python). I do not how to deal with groups and permissions since I use Azure AD authentication. So I take the username and surname from the token that comes from the Azure Authentication and with this two infos, I create an user in the User Django models. I know it is not the best idea, but I can start to play with groups and permissions.
The django authentication is automatic without that the user create it. It is done in the callback function....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-17 at 18:56
simplest way would be to use the user_passes_test decorator to make your own function and apply that as a decorator to your views as per the docs
I can't seem to grasp my error
this is the result of the JSON return...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 13:51
You haven't specified which drive to open. The URL should be like this for a user's drive:
I'm trying to pull back a specific plan through Graph API C#. I am aware that Application permissions isn't supported and I believe I am using a Delegated work flow.
This is the query I am using:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-19 at 15:01
On the assumption if
Filter is not explicitly mentioned in of any Microsoft Graph documentation that
Filter would not be supported for that endpoint, my workaround for this particular endpoint would be:
Trying to make a request like shown below (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/api/user-list?view=graph-rest-1.0&tabs=http#code-try-15) picture
Tried to see if it works on their graph explorer ---> https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/graph-explorer I need specifically to make this request work ---> https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/users?$search="displayName:wa"
But as you see I get this error which suggests that I didn't add the consistencyLevel header but I did, in multiple ways. It's annoying :))
============================================ Update: I logged in my student microsoft account and now I got this picture...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-06 at 07:09
You missed the "?" in the url
It can work, but you need to send request with a correct access token. I'm afraid it met some issue when test in the self-contained test tool.
I am trying to pull data from the endpoint
https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me/. I have done this using python but I can't seem to fetch data from Microsoft Graph using vanilla js.
When I attempt to perform a fetch request. I get a 200 response but nothing is inside the response object.
Here is the fetch code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-25 at 22:09
I figured it out - I needed to jsonize the data then print that data. Can't believe I missed that. lol
I have a multi-tenant app registered in my Azure tenancy (TENANT A). I am trying to get the groups and group members of tenants that have logged into the app. I have the following permissions set up under App Registrations in TENANT A.
When I signed into the app as an admin user from TENANT B, I had to grant consent for the permissions and login worked as expected.
I want to be able to see all groups/members of TENANT B. I am not sure how to do this. I have tried following the explanations here but am having no luck. I am performing a post to https://login.microsoftonline.com/*TENANT B*/oauth2/v2.0/token and getting a response
However, when I use the response token and call the Graph API https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/groups/*GROUP OBJECT ID*/members it says that I have insufficient permissions.
Any help would be much appreciated
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-07 at 22:10
By default, web app/API registrations in Azure AD are single-tenant. You can make your registration multi-tenant by finding the
Supported account types switch on the
Authentication pane of your application registration in the Azure portal and setting it to Accounts in any organizational directory. (see pic below)
Before an application can be made multi-tenant, Azure AD requires the App ID URI of the application to be globally unique. The App ID URI is one of the ways an application is identified in protocol messages. For a single-tenant application, it is sufficient for the App ID URI to be unique within that tenant. For a multi-tenant application, it must be globally unique so Azure AD can find the application across all tenants. Global uniqueness is enforced by requiring the App ID URI to have a host name that matches a verified domain of the Azure AD tenant.
When I search in the Graph Explorer for users that contain a special character via:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-25 at 12:17
It was quite simple at the end. The only thing I missed was doing an encoding on the name before the query is fired:
I followed the tutorial here to be able to ask user's consent and store it in the AD as custom extension (from what I did understood...)
The custom flow seems to work well (consents are asked during signup process) but then I want to verify them in the AD (and maybe delete them from the admin console for new tests) I did not found where I can see them...
I tried to retrieve them through MS Graph API explorer (I started in on my tenant on the URL https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/graph-explorer?tenant=xxxx.onmicrosoft.com) and I try to call the endpoint https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/users/ae29dab2-...-f4d813ca6dec/extensions but I get no extensions back...
Am I doing things right ? Is there another way to verify what are the current user's custom extensions ?
I think those extensions are well stored, because when I try to login again with the same user, no consents is asked anymore...
Thanks in advance for your help!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-10 at 08:34
https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/users/UsersObjectId. It will return their extension attributes in the response.
I have a b2c environment setup and linked to an application which allows users to sign up.
One of the processes I want to run on a schedule is to update the PasswordProfile of users so that in certain situations I can force users to change their password on their next sign in attempt.
As documented (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/api/user-update?view=graph-rest-1.0&tabs=csharp#permissions), I have added and consented to the
Directory.AccessAsUser.All (Delegated) permission for the application accessing Microsoft Graph.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-25 at 11:25
I needed to add the application as a 'Global Administrator' as detailed in the accepted answer here:
I am trying to write a PowerShell script to get report data via the MS Graph API
When I use Graph Explorer it works just fine, as long as I enable
Reports.Read.All on the Modify permissions (Preview) tab.
But, when I try to do it with my script, I just get the error
"Calling principal does not have required MSGraph permissions Reports.Read.All"
In all my searches, I can only find how to assign permissions to apps. Is there some way to make it so I can do it from my script?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-19 at 09:13
When I use Graph Explorer it works just fine, as long as I enable Reports.Read.All on the Modify permissions (Preview) tab.
Microsoft Graph Explorer is a Enterprise Application of Microsoft which is present on every Azure AD tenant just you need to sign in and use it by providing the required permissions.
But when you are writing running your Powershell script it uses
Microsoft Azure Powershell . You can verify it by checking the
access_token received in JWT Token.So, you need to provide the
Reports.Read.All API Permission to the same app in your tenant with appid :
1950a258-227b-4e31-a9cf-717495945fc2 in Enterprise Application >> Permissions and grant the admin consent .After providing the required permissions only it will work.
Another Way will be to create a App registration ,Create a client secret for it and then provide the
Reports.Read.All API permission and use the below script:
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