List 3D nodes

Retrieves a list of nodes from the hierarchy in the 3D model. You can also request a specific subtree with the 'nodeId' query parameter and limit the depth of the resulting subtree with the 'depth' query parameter. By default, nodes are returned in order of ascending treeIndex. We suggest trying to set the query parameter sortByNodeId to true to check whether it makes your use case faster. The partition parameter can only be used if sortByNodeId is set to true. This operation supports pagination. If the model revision is still being processed, you will get a HTTP status 400 when accessing nodes too early. Wait until the retrieve revision response returns "status":"Done" before calling nodes endpoints.

Securityoidc-token or oauth2-client-credentials or oauth2-open-industrial-data or oauth2-auth-code
path Parameters
integer <int64>

Model ID.

integer <int64>

Revision ID.

query Parameters

Splits the data set into N partitions. The attribute is specified as a "M/N" string, where M is a natural number in the interval of [1, N]. You need to follow the cursors within each partition in order to receive all the data.

To prevent unexpected problems and maximize read throughput, you should at most use 10 (N <= 10) partitions.

When using more than 10 partitions, CDF may reduce the number of partitions silently. For example, CDF may reduce the number of partitions to K = 10 so if you specify an X/N partition value where X = 8 and N = 20 - i.e. "partition": "8/20"- then CDF will change N to N = K = 10 and process the request. But if you specify the X/N partition value where X = 11 (X > K) and N = 20 - i.e. "partition": "11/20"- then CDF will reply with an empty result list and no cursor in the response.

In future releases of the resource APIs, Cognite may reject requests if you specify more than 10 partitions. When Cognite enforces this behavior, the requests will result in a 400 Bad Request status.

Example: partition=1/10

Cursor for paging through results.

Example: cursor=4zj0Vy2fo0NtNMb229mI9r1V3YG5NBL752kQz1cKtwo
integer [ 1 .. 1000 ]
Default: 100

Limits the number of results to be returned. The maximum results returned by the server is 1000 even if you specify a higher limit.

integer <int32>

Get sub nodes up to this many levels below the specified node. Depth 0 is the root node.

integer <int64>

ID of a node that are the root of the subtree you request (default is the root node).

Default: false

Enable sorting by nodeId. When this parameter is true, nodes will be listed in order of ascending nodeId. Enabling this option will likely result in faster response for many requests.

string <jsonObject(jsonObject(string))>

Example: {"category1":{"property1":"value1"}}

Filter for node properties. Only nodes that match all the given properties exactly will be listed. The filter must be a JSON object with the same format as the properties field.


A list of nodes of a revision.


The response for a failed request.

Request samples
const nodes3d = await client.revisions3D.list3DNodes(8252999965991682, 4190022127342195);
Response samples
  • "items": [
    • {
  • "nextCursor": "string"