Quickbase Doquery targetDBID?????

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How do I learn the the target DBID to be used in an API DoQuery

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Scott

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Can be found in pretty much all quickbase URLS.

Example URL: https://xyz.quickbase.com/db/sjekw3uq?a=q
DBID: sjekw3uq
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How about this: From any QuickBase page press F12 and paste the following script into the JavaScript console:


console.table(gTableInfo);


You will get a nice tabular display of all the table names, their dbid's and a dozen other table properties. See attached screenshot of this procedure performed in the QuickBase Support Center application:

QuickBase Support Center
https://www.quickbase.com/db/9kaw8phg
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Jaime S.

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Can you do this for a calendar report? Also it's not working for me it tells me that "Object doesn't support property or method 'table'" I am putting console.table(gTableInfo); into the console.
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Works in Chrome. What browser are you using?
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using IE let me try Chrome