An endpoint is the address, port, and protocol a web service is exposed at. In short, the web service URL.
The HTTP WebAPI comes in two parts:
- REST WebAPI - URLs describe entities like person or sale: Learn | Reference
- Agents WebAPI - the services API accessible via HTTP: Learn | Reference
While the Agents WebAPI is the most complete of the two, the REST WebAPI covers the most common use cases and is easier to use and navigate.
- Get the version number and build date from the API endpoint:
- Get a list of supported URLs using the version URL:
If your installation is protected from the internet by a reverse proxy, the URLs generated by the WebAPI will be wrong. For more info, see the IIS config section.
HTTP request headers
- Learn about the SOAP API endpoints such as Services88.
- Use a built-in or custom proxy.
- Check out the latest reference.