C# Example: Get Search Items

The following example shows how to get search items using C#.

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using IO.Swagger.Api;

namespace Trebuchet.WebApi.IntegrationTests.ExamplesForCustomers.Searches
    public class GetSearchItems
        public void GetSearchItemsByAssociationAndScope()
            //Get an access token using CSM credentials
            var serviceApi = new ServiceApi("http://server/CherwellApi/");
            var tokenResponse = serviceApi.ServiceToken("password", "your client id", null,"CSDAdmin", "CSDAdmin", null, "Internal");

            //Create a new Searches api object and add the default header
            var searchesApi = new SearchesApi("http://server/CherwellApi/");
            searchesApi.Configuration.AddDefaultHeader("Authorization","Bearer " + tokenResponse.AccessToken);

            //Create a new Business Object api object and add the default header
            var businessObjectApi = new BusinessObjectApi("http://server/CherwellApi/");
            businessObjectApi.Configuration.AddDefaultHeader("Authorization","Bearer " + tokenResponse.AccessToken);

            //Get the Business Object summary by name.  This returns the Business Object ID
            var businessObjectSummaryByName =  businessObjectApi.BusinessObjectGetBusinessObjectSummaryByNameV1("Incident");

            var searchItemResponse = searchesApi.SearchesGetSearchItemsByAssociationScopeV1(businessObjectSummaryByName[0].BusObId, "Global", null);