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api:api_applicants [2020/10/18 11:31]
Lauri Elevant [Parameters]
api:api_applicants [2021/01/21 12:51] (current)
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 List applicants using the filters set as parameters. The number of applicants is represented in the ''X-Count'' header - use the ''HEAD'' request to simply count the number of applicants matching the filters. Use the ''GET'' request to actually fetch them. List applicants using the filters set as parameters. The number of applicants is represented in the ''X-Count'' header - use the ''HEAD'' request to simply count the number of applicants matching the filters. Use the ''GET'' request to actually fetch them.
  
-There is a hard limit of 8192 items returned, which is capped to 512 if the ''expand'' parameter is used.+There is a hard limit of 16384 items returned, which is capped to 512 if the ''expand'' parameter is used.
 ==== Syntax ==== ==== Syntax ====
  
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 ^ Name ^  ^ Description ^ Notes ^ ^ Name ^  ^ Description ^ Notes ^
 +| ''bySince'' | Optional | An ISO datetime or the (sequential) ID from which you want to start fetching from (inclusive) | [4] |
 | ''byCitizenships'' | Optional | List of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-2|ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes]] | [1] | | ''byCitizenships'' | Optional | List of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-2|ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes]] | [1] |
 | ''byEmails'' | Optional | List of emails | [1] | | ''byEmails'' | Optional | List of emails | [1] |
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   * // Note [2]: you may use either tracker ID-s or codes to reference trackers. However ID-s are guaranteed not to change while the tracker codes offer no such guarantee. //   * // Note [2]: you may use either tracker ID-s or codes to reference trackers. However ID-s are guaranteed not to change while the tracker codes offer no such guarantee. //
   * // Note [3]: Some elements in the returned objects are links to other API calls. Using the ''expand'' parameter, it is possible to expand this data to the actual records, saving additional API calls. The full list of possible expansions is ''trackers,documents,consents,invoices,wishes''. You can set one or multiple expansions, combining them in a comma-separated fashion to the ''expand'' parameter. Note also that using this parameter caps to ''limit'' to 512 due to performance reasons.//   * // Note [3]: Some elements in the returned objects are links to other API calls. Using the ''expand'' parameter, it is possible to expand this data to the actual records, saving additional API calls. The full list of possible expansions is ''trackers,documents,consents,invoices,wishes''. You can set one or multiple expansions, combining them in a comma-separated fashion to the ''expand'' parameter. Note also that using this parameter caps to ''limit'' to 512 due to performance reasons.//
 +  *  // Note [4]: An [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601|ISO 8601 compatible datetime]] (inclusive) or the applicant ID to start from (inclusive). The date is applied to the registration time of the applicant, so you can only fetch applicants registered in the last N days, weeks or months. The applicant ID-s are sequential integers, so you can simply save the last applicant ID you processed, and issue the next call with bySince=$lastID+1//
  
 ==== Response headers ==== ==== Response headers ====