Retrieve All Objects

Relative URLHTTP Request Method



Replace model with the type of object that you wish to retrieve (as defined in your app's Data Model), for example person, job or asset


This function does not take any parameters.


The response includes a list of up to 1000 objects of the given type, as well as pagination data. Each item in the list represents a single object. Each item contains:



This is a globally unique UUID that is automatically assigned by JourneyApps to each object.


The name of the model for the object.


A timestamp indicating when last the object on the server was updated by any means (e.g. from mobile device, API, data browser, etc.).


The display label for the object, as defined in the data model.


All the fields included in the object, including attachments. For the format of all the different field types, see the Field Representation section.


The IDs of related objects that the object belongs to (for your belongs-to relationships).

You can optionally embed the related objects directly โ€” refer to Retrieve a Single Object.

Pagination data (see the Counting and Limiting and Skipping section for more details):



The number of objects in the response.


The total number of objects matched by the query.


true if there are more remaining objects.

By default the total key is excluded from fetch calls made from CloudCode or OnlineDB. Specify total=true as a URL parameter to include it.

Also, take a look at the example below.



The below examples contain a BASE-URL placeholder. Please refer to the HTTP Endpoints section to get the base URL relevant to your deployment.

curl is a command-line tool that allows you to make HTTP requests easily, which is useful for playing around with an API. It usually comes standard on Linux and OS X, and for Windows you can download it here from the official website (choose *Win32*). The -u parameter in the examples below specify the username and password for authentication (refer to the Enabling the API section).

Sample request:

GET BASE-URL/api/v4/533bda53027894f69b001055/objects/task.json

Sample response:

  "objects": [
      "id": "42059e2e-d2a2-11e3-a9f3-001e6733fe3c",
      "type": "task",
      "updated_at": "2015-02-05T08:17:01Z",
      "display": "Wash Dishes",
      "name": "Wash Dishes",
      "instructions": "",
      "status": {
        "key": 0,
        "display": "Open"
      "category_id": "71fafc16-ba4f-11e3-8de0-001e6733fe3c"
      "id": "c3d3db52-ba4a-11e3-a567-001e6733fe3c",
      "type": "task",
      "updated_at": "2015-02-05T08:17:41Z",
      "display": "Do Laundry",
      "name": "Do Laundry",
      "instructions": "Separate light and dark colors",
      "status": {
        "key": 1,
        "display": "Closed"
      "category_id": "71fafc16-ba4f-11e3-8de0-001e6733fe3c"
      "id": "c3d59ff0-ba4a-11e3-a567-001e6733fe3c",
      "type": "task",
      "updated_at": "2015-02-05T08:17:58Z",
      "display": "Buy Groceries",
      "name": "Buy Groceries",
      "instructions": "Not too much",
      "status": {
        "key": 1,
        "display": "Closed"
      "category_id": "71fafc16-ba4f-11e3-8de0-001e6733fe3c"
  "count": 3,
  "total": 3,
  "more": false


How do I filter these objects?

To filter the objects that you are retrieving, see the Querying Objects section.

How do I count the number of objects?

See the Counting, Limiting and Skipping section.

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