Filter Results with TQL¶
When retrieving objects, results can be filtered by including the
?tql= query parameter, followed by a query written in ThreatConnect Query Language (TQL), in your query.
For example, the following query will return a list of Indicators that belong to the
Demo Community owner.
GET /v3/indicators?tql=ownerName EQ "Demo Community"
To view a list of available options to set in the
?tql= query parameter for each object, use the following query:
Depending on the tool you’re using to interact with the ThreatConnect API, it may be necessary to manually encode the URL in your request when including query parameters. For example, some tools may accept
?tql=ownerName EQ "Demo Community" as a valid URL and automatically encode it, while others may require you to manually encode the URL (e.g.,
?tql=ownerName%20EQ%20%22Demo%20Community%22). If you submit a request with query parameters and a
401 Unauthorized error is returned, verify whether the URL in your request is encoded properly for your preferred API tool.
?fields= query parameters can be combined in a single request. For example, the following query will return all Indicators, along with their respective Tags and Attributes, that belong to the
Demo Community owner:
GET /v3/indicators?tql=ownerName EQ "Demo Community"&fields=tags&fields=attributes