Memory

Description

The memory resource defines a memory. A memory consists of one or more artifacts, each with an associated description. This resource is used to read, modify and organize memories and to attach those memories to persons in the FamilySearch Family Tree. When reading a memory, it is represented as the (paged) list of artifact descriptions. You can also use this resource to delete a memory.

Operations

GET - Read a description of a memory.

Produces - Specify a returned data format using the Accept header.
Parameters
Name Type Description
mid path The id of the memory.
Status Codes
  • 200  -  Upon a successful read.
  • 404  -  If the requested source description is not found.

POST - Update a description of a memory.

Produces - Specify a returned data format using the Accept header.
Consumes - Specify the incoming data format using the Content-Type header.
Parameters
Name Type Description
mid path The id of the memory.
body request-body The memory description to be used for the update.
Status Codes
  • 204  -  The update was successful.
  • 404  -  If the requested source description is not found.

DELETE - Delete a memory.

Produces - Specify a returned data format using the Accept header.
Parameters
Name Type Description
mid path The id of the memory.
Status Codes
  • 204  -  The delete was successful.
  • 404  -  If the requested source description is not found.

Example Requests

Create User-Uploaded Source How to create a source for an artifact that a user has uploaded.
Delete Memory How to delete a memory.
Read Memory How to read a memory.
Update Memory Description How to update a description of a memory.
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