Description of the CSV export format of the GET Export Report API.
csv format writes double quoted
Comma Separated Values
to the HTTP response body.
Content-Disposition HTTP header is set to the value of the
name attribute with the underscore character (
substituted for any space, comma, or semicolon character plus the
If an error occurs, the
Content-Disposition value is
CSV Column Headers:
The first row of the returned CSV contains the
displayName values for each
included in the export results.
<column>s which contain a
two columns in the export result. The first column, titled with the column's
displayName, contains the column's value.
The second, titled with the column's
displayName plus the term
contains the URL value.
CSV responses without error follow this example:
"Student ID","First Name","Last Name","Last Name_url" "177","Joe","Hernandez","/some/url/177" "213","Julia","Hernandez","/some/url/213"
CSV responses with error write the error messages to the HTTP response body as a line break separated list. For example:
The filter "/student@id & 173" does not match filter grammar. The "Operator" definition is missing or unparseable.