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Did you know: WhatIf operator for Graph API queries

Did you know: WhatIf operator for Graph API queries

If you're a PowerShell user, you may be familiar with the -WhatIf parameter - a useful tool that simulates executing a command and describes its effects. However, did you know that there is a similar operator available for Graph API queries?

In this post, the author sheds light on the Graph API WhatIf operator and its potential use cases. The operator delivers the same functionality as the PowerShell parameter, allowing you to preview the results of a Graph API query before executing it and providing an opportunity to catch any potential errors or omissions before they can cause problems.

If you're not already using this operator in your Graph API queries, this article serves as a great introduction. The author also highlights some situations where the WhatIf operator can come in handy, showcasing its versatility and usefulness.

So, if you're looking to streamline your Graph API query workflow and improve your accuracy, take a moment to read this article to learn more about the WhatIf operator for Graph API queries. Continue reading →

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