Main Google Data API FAQ
The questions below are specifically targeted for the Google Sites Data API. There are, however, many questions that are applicable to all of the Google Data APIs. Visit the Google Data APIs FAQ if you do not find the question you are looking for below.
What are the available client libraries supported by Google?
Where can I find a Developer Guide in each language?
What is the AuthSub/OAuth scope?
What is the ClientLogin service name?
How do I list all my Sites?
Can I create a new Google Site?
Can I delete an existing Google Site?
How do I copy a site?
How do I set/modify ACLs (sharing permissions)?
How do I retrieve the sitemap?
Why don't I have access to the revisions/activity feed?
What are the filesize limits for attachments?
I have a feature request or bug report. Where should I post?
Java, .NET, PHP, Python and Objective-C client libraries are officially supported by Google. Using these libraries, you can construct Google Data requests, send them to a service, and process server responses.
Developer Guides for the HTTP XML Protocol and other languages can be found at http://code.google.com/apis/sites/docs/developers_guide.html
The Sites Data API uses the following scope:
The site feed can be used to list the sites a user owns and/or has access to.
Yes. Google Apps users can use the site feed to create new sites programmatically. We hope to open this features to all users in the future.
At this time, the API does not support deleting an existing site. Deleting sites must be done in the Google Sites control panel.
Google Apps users can use the site feed to copy a site if you are an owner. You can also manually copy a site in the Google Sites settings page.
The acl feed offers this functionality.
Normally a sitemap refers to a sitemap.xml file used to help search engines index a website. In Google Sites, a 'sitemap' refers the tree presentation in (More Actions > Manage Site > Pages). While the API does not provide a direct method of retrieving this page hierarchy, the sitemap can be inferred from examining the parent links in each content entry. Each content entry is a leaf or node of the sitemap tree.
You must be a collaborator, owner, or admin of a Site to view its revision and activity feeds.
To report a bug, post a detailed description on our issue tracker, here
To report a feature request, post a detailed description here