List sequences

List sequences. Use nextCursor to paginate through the results.

Securityoidc-token or oauth2-client-credentials or oauth2-open-industrial-data or oauth2-auth-code
query Parameters

Cursor for paging through results.

Example: cursor=4zj0Vy2fo0NtNMb229mI9r1V3YG5NBL752kQz1cKtwo

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
integer [ 1 .. 1000 ]
Default: 25

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


Paged response with a list of sequences.

Request samples
const sequences = await client.sequences.list({ filter: { name: 'sequence_name' } });
Response samples
  • "items": [
    • {
  • "nextCursor": "string"