I’m trying to use the Glide API with python to essentially replace an entire table.
For now, I’ve only managed to do it by
- Getting all rows and extracting their row-id.
- Looping through each row-id and making an api call per row to delete each one iindividually.
- Add the new rows one at a time through separate API calls.
I’m sure there must be away to bulk delete/upload but can’t seem to figure out how.
Does anyone know. a more efficient way to do this?
I think that’s how you have to do it but you could optimize the get rows part with a query.
You can optimise these 2 steps by sending multiple mutations in a single API call. There is a hard limit of 500, but it’s recommended to send batches of no more than 100.
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