Directory Graph API: Drill Down

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This session introduces the new Directory Graph API, a REST-based API that enables access to Windows Azure Active Directory (Directory for Office 365 Tenants and Azure customers). We review the data directory model, the Graph API protocol (based on Odata V3 protocol), how authentication and authorization is managed, and demonstrate an end-to-end scenario. We walk through sample code calling the Directory Graph API. A roadmap is also reviewed. #TESIA322

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      Shahzad

      Hi,

      Is code of this Graph API used in presentaion , avaiable for download?

      -Shahzad

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      shahzad

      Secondly, i can't find any programming reference for this Graph API. Is it release for general developers..?
      Can general office 365 trial account has programing acesss via this Graph API?

      Thanks,
      Shahzad

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      Edward

      Hi Shahzad, the Graph API REad preview is now available. Here is the sample app download, and some other resources
      Sample App http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Sample-App-for-accessing-d71122ff

      Microsoft Windows Azure Active Directory Graph API full description: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh974476.aspx

      Graph Explorer: simple User interface that allows you to query and review results from the Demo company, or your own company: https://GraphExplorer.CloudApp.net

      Sign-up for 30 day trial of a Windows Azure AD tenant (Office 365 tenant): www.office365.com

      Yes, if you you sign up for a 30 day Office 365 trial company, you can try accessing via graph - you will need to run PowerSHell supplied with the sample app, to create a servcie principal and to assign it to a role - the script does this for you.

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      Larry Aucoin

      Thanks Ed, outstanding job!

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