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The Liquit.Catalog.List function returns all available applications in the users catalog. Whenever a applications has been made available in the Catalog it will be listed in the response of this function.

The following properties are returned:

Name Description Value
active Determines whether or not the application is active, if this is true the application is already successfully requested. <boolean>
categories Returns an array containing all categories associated with the application <array[]>
icon Returns the URL for the application icon <string>
id The guid belonging to the application <guid>
name The friendly name for the application <string>
rating The global rating for the application <int>
status The status of the application this can contain one of the following values :
  • active the application has been requested and approved
  • available The application can be requested and no approval workflow is attached, meaning it becomes available to the workspace immediately
  • pending The application has been requested however an approval is still needed

The following parameters are available for the API:

Name Description Value
sort Determines the order in which the API returns the Applications, the following options are available:
  • 0 User defined ordering, as determined by position
  • 1 Order on name ascending
  • 2 Order on name decending
  • 3 Order on launch count (available for Liquit Workspace 3.4 and higher )
  • 4 Order on last launched (available for Liquit Workspace 3.4 and higher )
search Allows you to search on name <string>
reviews If true reviews will be included (available for Liquit Workspace 3.6 and higher ) <boolean>
media If true media will be included (available for Liquit Workspace 3.6 and higher ) <boolean>
faq if true the faq will be included (available for Liquit Workspace 3.6 and higher ) <boolean


By default the Liquit Catalog List API will return all applications available in the catalog.

    media: true,
    license: true,
    reviews: true,
    faq: true
        }, function (fault, result) {

        // Check if the request failed.
        if (fault != null) {
            alert('Error ' + fault.code + ': ' + fault.message);

	    // The result object will contain an array of all catalog items.
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