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The OPS-COM Controller provides a simple JSON based API to integrate with. Clients use this API to directly feed paid permit details into OPS-COM from other systems such as Parking Meters.  

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Make sure you set the HTTP Content-Type header to be application/json.


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Making API Requests

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Raw Request

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POST /api/OC-TOMA/v1/permits/push HTTP/1.1
Host: controller.operationscommander.com
Accept: application/json
Content-Type: application/json
Cache-Control: no-cache

{
	"apiToken": "YOUR-API-TOKEN",
	"Amount": "14.50",
	"CurrencyID": "CAD",
	"LicencePlate": "PL8RDR",
	"zone": "Lot 4",
	"permitNo": "L4-1138",
	"startTime": "2018-07-02T09:00:00",
	"endTime": "2018-07-02T09:30:00"
}



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JavaScript Request

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var request = new XMLHttpRequest();

request.open('POST', 'https://controller.operationscommander.com/api/OC-TOMA/v1/permits/push');

request.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/json');
request.setRequestHeader('Accept', 'application/json');

request.onreadystatechange = function () {
  if (this.readyState === 4) {
    console.log('Status:', this.status);
    console.log('Headers:', this.getAllResponseHeaders());
    console.log('Body:', this.responseText);
  }
};


var body = {
	"apiToken": "YOUR-API-TOKEN",
	"Amount": "14.50",
	"CurrencyID": "CAD",
	"LicencePlate": "PL8RDR",
	"zone": "Lot 4",
	"permitNo": "L4-1138",
	"startTime": "2018-07-02T09:00:00",
	"endTime": "2018-07-02T09:30:00"
}
request.send(JSON.stringify(body));



Request Object Attributes

AttributeTypeLimitsPossible NamesDescription
apiTokenString

50-character alphanumeric including dashes

apiToken(Required)Your supplied API Token.
AmountString9-character decimal

amount

Amount

(Optional)Transaction amount This must contain at least 3 digits, two of which are penny values.

The minimum allowable value is $0.01, and the maximum allowable value is $999999.99.

CurrencyString10-characters

currency

CurrencyID

(Optional) CAD, USD

Start Date

String

20-characters

Y-m-d\TH:i:s format.

startTime

StartDateUtc

(Required)Must be in the format of Y-m-d\TH:i:s

e.g. 2000-05-30T14:38:22

For formatting help, see PHP Date Formatting

End DateString

20-characters

Y-m-d\TH:i:s format.

endTime

EndDateUtc

(Required)Must be in the format of Y-m-d\TH:i:s

e.g. 2000-05-30T14:38:22

For formatting help, see PHP Date Formatting

License PlateString25-characters

plate

LicencePlate

(Required) The plate of the vehicle.
Ticket NumberString50-characters

permitNo

TicketNumber

(Optional)
Zone NameString200-characters

zone

ParkingZoneName

(Optional) If the zone does not match a zone in our system, it will be a disconnected record and may not report properly.



Successful Response

The response will be a json object. 

Content-Type: application/json

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{
    "status": "success",
    "reference_id": "1a9b5375-cb75-4c71-9939-eeae550b09ac",
    "InternalReferenceID": "1a9b5375-cb75-4c71-9939-eeae550b09ac"
}


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In order for a client to use this, they would have to have paid for the right to integrate with OPS-COM, been issued an API Key and had their integration validated by testing with us.


Server setup

The Addresses used for testing and production:

https://controller-dev1.parkadmin.com/api/OC-TOMA/v1/permits/push

https://controller-preview.operationscommander.com/api/OC-TOMA/v1/permits/push

https://controller.operationscommander.com/api/OC-TOMA/v1/permits/push


nGinx needs to have Access-Control-Allow-Origin : * to work.

The controller also needs to be behind a certificate. 




Client Setup

There is some setup related to getting clients to use the API. First, they must have an API token that exists on the API token table.

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They then have to have a api_permission record that lists what kind of permission the token can has. 

The permission needed for this api request is permit-create.