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On this page you can find the most frequently used APIs and their implementation examples.

Users Import Use case

This use case shows how users can be imported into Form.com Database. There is a user's database in the form of Excel's spreadsheet that stores the client's user data with its number of fields, involving a role-based structure.

With the help of given services import the users' data from User module into Form.com's database and set:

  • expirationDate - 1 year for all account types.
  • the number of accounts for ACCESS_LEVEL_ADMIN, MULTIUSER_ADMIN - 10
  • the number of credits according to the account type: ACCESS_KEVEL_ADMIN - 1000, MULTIUSER_ADMIN - 1000, SINGLE_USER - 50.

Sample in C#    Sample in Java

Create and Send Form Use Case

This use case shows how a new form can be created and submitted to respondents.

It does the following: Creates the form that contains all supported question types (except of Compare one against another, Object lookup and Multiple Object Lookup) and sends the unique links for filling in the forms to respondents to the indicated e-mail addresses.

Sample in C#  Sample in Java


Access Level Use Case

This use case shows how access level functionality can be used to enable only VIEW, EDIT or LAUNCH permissions to certain forms for specified users. 

It does the following: Creates the user of TYPE_ACCESS_LEVELS_MASTER account type with 100 credits and 5 accounts. Creates for this users 3 accounts of TYPE_ACCESS_LEVELS_SINGLE_USER type. 

Creates 3 forms with certain questions under previously created user of TYPE_ACCESS_LEVELS_MASTER account type.

Through the web interface set the rights for the created accounts of TYPE_ACCESS_LEVELS_SINGLE_USER type in the following way:

  • For the first user get the rights for reading
  • For the second user set the rights for creating and editing
  • For the third user set the rights for launching

Sample in C# Sample in Java


Select Filtered Respondents Use Case

This use case shows how to filter respondents submitted a certain form by their responses.

There is an active form with some respondents and a need to filter all respondents who respondent in the same way to 3 questions.

Sample in C# Sample in Java


Launch with Autofill Use Case

This use case shows how to submit a form with autofill to respondents. 

It does the following: Creates a sample form containing 3 questions. Then sends the unique links of this form via email to the certain number of respondents. The form will contain the unique information per each respondent, for example, First name and Last name.

Sample in C#  Sample in Java


 

 

 Starting from the new version of the API v8.1 the C# sample codes contain additional parameter for all API methods which is minOccurs.

 

 

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