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Get All Resources

GET /resource

call will return all resources.

Server Response example below for 1 resource returned within an array.

[{ _id: '547832df25044c9b060f9a5e',
  email: '',
  metadata: '',
  createdDate: '2014-11-28T08:31:27.035Z',
  updatedDate: '2014-11-28T08:31:27.039Z',
  note: '',
  firstName: 'Paddy',
  lastName: 'DMan',
  status: 'STATUS_ACTIVE',
  role: 'ROLE_TEAM',
  links: { link5: '', link4: '', link3: '', link2: '', link1: '' },
  billing: { useDefault: true, rate: 0 },
  useCustomAvailability: false,
  customAvailabilities: { _id: '547845a7406ca4620b3a1356',
     { sunday: { minutes: 0, workDay: false },
       saturday: { minutes: 0, workDay: false },
       friday: { minutes: 480, workDay: true },
       thursday: { minutes: 480, workDay: true },
       wednesday: { minutes: 480, workDay: true },
       tuesday: { minutes: 240, workDay: true },
       monday: { minutes: 480, workDay: true }} 
    customFields: []

The following is a description of the properties in the response.

Property Type Description
_id string id of the Resource
email string Resource Email (Unique)
metadata string Custom Field (255 Characters)
createdDate string Resource Creation Date
updatedDate string Resource Updated Date
note string Resource Notes
firstName string Resource First Name
lastName string Resource Last Name
status string Resource Status
role string Resource Role
links object Resource Links
billing object Resource Billing Options
useCustomAvailability boolean Using Default Availability
customAvailabilities object Define Custom Availability
customFields object array Custom Fields* (read only)
Custom Fields

There are two different templates for custom fields, one that has a single property (string) value and one that allows for multiple linkable values. The templateType property will dictate which template is being used.

{ templateId:"55100b09640c63d006c673b2",
_id: "5626541945f2d486dd0b7106",
templateLabel: "Other information",
value: "Can make a mean chili" }
{ templateId:"55100b09640c63d006c673b2",
_id: "5626541945f2d486dd0b7106",
templateType: "CHECKBOX | RADIO | SELECT",
templateLabel: "Skills",
"choices": [
        "value": "JAVA",
        "choiceId": "560a9a1cf0168116192eccf5",
        "_id": "5626541945f2d486dd0b7105"
        "value": "C++",
        "choiceId": "560a9a1ea5a77611195a3ee1",
        "_id": "5626541945f2d486dd0b7104"
] }
Property Type Description
_id string ID
templateId string Refference ID @customFieldTemplate._id
templateType string The type of custom field
templateLabel string Label for the custom field (showing on custom fields tab)
value string The user inputed value for the custom field if type allows for text input
choices array Array of selected choices (options that are not selected will not be present)
choices.value string Value
choices.choiceId string Refference ID @customFieldTemplate.choices._id
choices._id string ID

The following table defines the different resource status available

Status Description
STATUS_ACTIVE Active Resources
STATUS_ARCHIVED Archived Resources
STATUS_NON_BOOKABLE Non Bookable Resource

Search Resources

POST resource/search

If you only want a certain status of resource such as STATUS_ACTIVE.

{"status" : "STATUS_ACTIVE" }

will return all resources which are NOT STATUS_ACTIVE

{"status" : {"$nin": "STATUS_ACTIVE" } }

will return all resources which are STATUS_ACTIVE and STATUS_ARCHIVED

{"status" : {"$in": ["STATUS_ACTIVE", "STATUS_ARCHIVED"] } }

Search Parameters

Use paramters to narrow you search. For example use $nin for not included, and use $in for included.

Property Parameters
$nin not included
$in included

Searchable Properties

Property Parameters Description
_id $nin, $in resource id
metadata $nin, $in custom meta data field
firstName $nin, $in resource first name
lastName $nin, $in resource last name
status $nin, $in resource status
role $nin, $in resource role
email $nin, $in resource email

A successful search will return a 200 Ok response status from the server.

Get Specific Resource

Use the following command to get a specific resource by id.

GET /resource/12345678

Will return resource with the id 12345678

A successful resource will return a 200 Ok response status from the server.

Create a Resource

Create a new resource.

POST /resource

An example of a Resource


The server will return the full resource object once created including the newly created resource ID _id

A successful create will return a 201 Ok response status from the server.

Update a Resource

Update an existing resource.

PUT /resource/123456789

will update the resource with the id 123456789. You must pass in the entire resource object in the body when updating so no values will be overwritten to default. Best practice will be to read first and then merge.

A successful update will return a 200 Ok response status from the server.

Delete a Resource

Use the following command to delete a specific resource by id.

DELETE /resource/12345678

Will delete resource with the id 12345678

A successful delete will return a 200 Ok response status from the server.