BIM 360 API now includes endpoints for creating, tracking and updating project-related issues. The documentation includes a few new tutorials:

  1. Retrieve a container ID
  2. Retrieve issues
  3. Create Issues
  4. Attach BIM 360 Document Management Files to Issue
  5. Directly Attach Local Files to Issues

Note: Creation of a push-in is only available through Viewer Pushpin extension. Creating a push-in directly at the server side (e.g., using POST endpoint) is not currently supported.” (Wish ID BIMAPI-27). The tutorial introduces the steps working with Pushpin extension.

Ready to try it? Here is a sample (using .NET Core) or try it live here.

As usual, to use BIM 360 APIs from your app you'll need to provision it. Learn more.

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