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    Ben Lambert commented  · 

    Sure - at the time, I was trying to "upgrade" a given subscription to a higher "tier" (APIM Product) by issuing a PATCH request to change the ProductID on the subscription to a different product.

    Changing the ProductID is preferred (vs deleting and re-adding a subscription) because it preserves the subscription key values (and our internal history of calls).

    I had the subscription key but didn't know the subscription ID, so it would have been handy to filter the results of the GET /subscriptions request using the above OData syntax (since I had the key). The end result was to obtain the subscription ID so I could PATCH the subscription itself.

    Hope that makes sense, let me know if you need more info...
    thanks!

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    Ben Lambert commented  · 

    Also - being able to choose the subscription key parameter method (query, header, or both) would allow APIM to emit Swagger that defined the parameter as Required. Currently, since both query and header are supported, the emitted Swagger cannot define either parameter as required in the exported Swagger.

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