Watched Review Request Resource¶
Lists and manipulates entries for review requests watched by the user.
These are requests that the user has starred in their Dashboard. This resource can be used for listing existing review requests and adding new review requests to watch.
Each item in the resource is an association between the user and the review request. The entries in the list are not the review requests themselves, but rather an entry that represents this association by listing the association’s ID (which can be used for removing the association) and linking to the review request.
|Token Policy ID||
|Parent Resource||Watched Review Request List Resource|
|Anonymous Access||Yes, if anonymous site access is enabled|
Deletes a watched review request entry.
This is the same effect as unstarring a review request. It does not actually delete the review request, just the entry in the list.
Returned an HTTP 302 Found pointing to the review request being watched.
Rather than returning a body with the entry, performing an HTTP GET on this resource will redirect the client to the actual review request being watched.
Clients must properly handle HTTP 302 Found and expect this redirect to happen.