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(Ruby) Microsoft Graph -- List Users

See more Microsoft Graph Examples

Retrieve a list of Microsoft Graph user objects.

For more information, see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/api/user-list?view=graph-rest-1.0&tabs=http

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require 'chilkat'

# This example requires the Chilkat API to have been previously unlocked.
# See Global Unlock Sample for sample code.

# Get an access token with the required scope using client credentials...
# See How to Create Microsoft Graph App (in Azure Portal) for Client Credentials Authentication
http = Chilkat::CkHttp.new()
req = Chilkat::CkHttpRequest.new()
req.AddParam("client_secret","CLIENT_SECRET")
req.AddParam("client_id","CLIENT_ID")
req.AddParam("scope","https://graph.microsoft.com/.default")
req.AddParam("grant_type","client_credentials")

# Use your own tenant ID, for example 4d8fdd66-66d1-43b0-ae5c-e31b4b7de5cd
url = "https://login.microsoftonline.com/TENANT_ID/oauth2/v2.0/token"
# resp is a CkHttpResponse
resp = http.PostUrlEncoded(url,req)
if (http.get_LastMethodSuccess() != true)
    print http.lastErrorText() + "\n";
    exit
end

statusCode = resp.get_StatusCode()
print "Response status code = " + statusCode.to_s() + "\n";

json = Chilkat::CkJsonObject.new()
json.Load(resp.bodyStr())

# -----------------------------------------------------
# Use the access token obtained from above.
# Note: We don't need to re-fetch a new access token every time.  An access token is valid 
# for some amount of time, typically an hour (3600 seconds)

# Use your previously obtained access token here:
http.put_AuthToken(json.stringOf("access_token"))

print "access token: " + http.authToken() + "\n";

sbResponse = Chilkat::CkStringBuilder.new()

success = http.QuickGetSb("https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/users",sbResponse)
if (success != true)
    print http.lastErrorText() + "\n";
    exit
end

json.LoadSb(sbResponse)
json.put_EmitCompact(false)

print "Status code = " + http.get_LastStatus().to_s() + "\n";
if (http.get_LastStatus() != 200)
    print json.emit() + "\n";
    print "Failed." + "\n";
end

print json.emit() + "\n";

# Sample output
# {
#   "@odata.context": "https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/$metadata#users",
#   "value": [
#     {
#       "@odata.id": "https://graph.microsoft.com/v2/6d8ddd66-68d1-43b0-af5c-e31b4b7dd5cd/directoryObjects/fca490d8-5918-4201-8079-c5dcbeafcdc9/Microsoft.DirectoryServices.User",
#       "businessPhones": [
#       ],
#       "displayName": "Joe Sample",
#       "givenName": "Joe",
#       "jobTitle": null,
#       "mail": null,
#       "mobilePhone": null,
#       "officeLocation": null,
#       "preferredLanguage": null,
#       "surname": "Sample",
#       "userPrincipalName": "admin_chilkatsoft.com#EXT#@adminchilkatsoft.onmicrosoft.com",
#       "id": "fca490d8-5918-4201-8079-c5dcbeafcdc9"
#     }
#   ]
# }

# Use this online tool to generate parsing code from sample JSON: 
# Generate Parsing Code from JSON

odata_context = json.stringOf("\"@odata.context\"")
i = 0
count_i = json.SizeOfArray("value")
while i < count_i
    json.put_I(i)
    odata_id = json.stringOf("value[i].\"@odata.id\"")
    displayName = json.stringOf("value[i].displayName")
    givenName = json.stringOf("value[i].givenName")
    jobTitle = json.stringOf("value[i].jobTitle")
    mail = json.stringOf("value[i].mail")
    mobilePhone = json.stringOf("value[i].mobilePhone")
    officeLocation = json.stringOf("value[i].officeLocation")
    preferredLanguage = json.stringOf("value[i].preferredLanguage")
    surname = json.stringOf("value[i].surname")
    userPrincipalName = json.stringOf("value[i].userPrincipalName")
    id = json.stringOf("value[i].id")
    j = 0
    count_j = json.SizeOfArray("value[i].businessPhones")
    while j < count_j
        json.put_J(j)
        j = j + 1
    end
    i = i + 1
end

 

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