HTTP Request

GET /tables/:tableReference/rows

Path parameters



A qualified reference to the table. See referencing resources for more information.

Query parameters



Optional. A comma separated list of the variables to return, case insensitive. The order of variables in this list will determine the order of values in the response.

If not specified, all variables belonging to the table will be returned.


Optional. Maximum number of rows to return. Defaults to 100 if not specified.

This endpoint extends the general API structure.


Data access to the table is required. If a table's data is not public, your access token must have one of the following scopes:


  • data.edit

Learn more about authorization.

Request body

The request body must be empty.

Response body

To support memory-efficient streaming and data processing, the response is returned as Newline Delimited JSON, with each row represented as an array of values on a single line. The order of the values in each row is determined by the selectedVariables query parameter.

Please note the following regarding response data formats:

  • All numeric values will be encoded as strings in order to preserve precision.

  • Date variables are formatted as YYYY-MM-DD

  • DateTime variables are formatted at YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS[.DDDDDD]

  • Time variables are formatted as HH:MM:SS[.DDDDDD]

// e.g.: .../list?selectedVariables=id,date,decimal,text
["1","2012-01-01","4.2","Some text"]
["2","2012-02-02","3.14","Some other text"]
["3", ...]

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