Graph API Version

    Open Graph Action:games.achieves Comments

    Reading

    Comments for this object

    Example

    Graph API Explorer
    GET /v8.0/{open-graph-action-id}/comments HTTP/1.1
    Host: graph.facebook.com
    /* PHP SDK v5.0.0 */
    /* make the API call */
    try {
      // Returns a `Facebook\FacebookResponse` object
      $response = $fb->get(
        '/{open-graph-action-id}/comments',
        '{access-token}'
      );
    } catch(Facebook\Exceptions\FacebookResponseException $e) {
      echo 'Graph returned an error: ' . $e->getMessage();
      exit;
    } catch(Facebook\Exceptions\FacebookSDKException $e) {
      echo 'Facebook SDK returned an error: ' . $e->getMessage();
      exit;
    }
    $graphNode = $response->getGraphNode();
    /* handle the result */
    /* make the API call */
    FB.api(
        "/{open-graph-action-id}/comments",
        function (response) {
          if (response && !response.error) {
            /* handle the result */
          }
        }
    );
    /* make the API call */
    new GraphRequest(
        AccessToken.getCurrentAccessToken(),
        "/{open-graph-action-id}/comments",
        null,
        HttpMethod.GET,
        new GraphRequest.Callback() {
            public void onCompleted(GraphResponse response) {
                /* handle the result */
            }
        }
    ).executeAsync();
    // For more complex open graph stories, use `FBSDKShareAPI`
    // with `FBSDKShareOpenGraphContent`
    /* make the API call */
    FBSDKGraphRequest *request = [[FBSDKGraphRequest alloc]
                                   initWithGraphPath:@"/{open-graph-action-id}/comments"
                                          parameters:params
                                          HTTPMethod:@"GET"];
    [request startWithCompletionHandler:^(FBSDKGraphRequestConnection *connection,
                                          id result,
                                          NSError *error) {
        // Handle the result
    }];
    If you want to learn how to use the Graph API, read our Using Graph API guide.

    Parameters

    ParameterDescription
    filter
    enum{stream, toplevel}
    Default value: toplevel

    SELF_EXPLANATORY

    live_filter
    enum{filter_low_quality, no_filter}
    Default value: filter_low_quality

    For comments on a Live streaming video, this determines whether low quality comments will be filtered out of the results (filtering is enabled by default). In all other circumstances this parameter is ignored.

    order
    enum{chronological, reverse_chronological}

    Preferred ordering of the comments. Accepts chronological (oldest first) and reverse chronological (newest first). If the comments can be ranked, then the order will always be ranked regardless of this modifier. The best practice for querying comments on a Live video is to continually poll for comments in the reversechronological ordering mode.

    since
    datetime

    Lower bound of the time range to consider

    Fields

    Reading from this edge will return a JSON formatted result:

    { "data": [], "paging": {}, "summary": {} }

    data

    A list of Comment nodes.

    paging

    For more details about pagination, see the Graph API guide.

    summary

    Aggregated information about the edge, such as counts. Specify the fields to fetch in the summary param (like summary=order).

    FieldDescription
    order
    enum

    Order of returned comments

    total_count
    unsigned int32

    Total number of people who commented

    can_comment
    bool

    Can the viewer comment

    Validation Rules

    ErrorDescription
    100Invalid parameter

    Creating

    You can't perform this operation on this endpoint.

    Updating

    You can't perform this operation on this endpoint.

    Deleting

    You can't perform this operation on this endpoint.