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Aderito Cassolongo 
4 months ago
I have an access Application that needs to respond to IPA requests from an external service. How I do accomplish that. It is an urgent matter. If for some reason the level required an addition fee, I am willing to pay to get this problem resolved within a day PLEASE
Alex Hedley
4 months ago
Which API?
Does it require auth?

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Aderito Cassolongo
4 months ago
I am not good any of these API things. The app processes restaurant charges from users and these users dont pay but they get discounted from our salaries. The entity that paying the salary is external to the organization. they send us document with instructions to add REST Function to our database ensuring that they can connect to our system to extract specific data for them to process the discount. It states that we need to REST, Endpoint: GET then our webservice...
Aderito Cassolongo
4 months ago
The second requirement is to connect details of user that goes to the restaurant his discount is processed when he/she goes through a camera to pick his details. this is SUPREMA access control system that reads and via this API the record is send to our application instead of processing with a person on the PC. the API documentation is here
Aderito Cassolongo
4 months ago
it must be JOSON
Aderito Cassolongo
4 months ago
When are you responding to my request?
Adam Schwanz
4 months ago
Hello Aderito, support here isn't guaranteed. It's a forum for developers and clients to meet up for paid support. I normally offer to help on any job posted here but this one looks to be all about APIs which I don't even like working with on my own stuff, usually it is a pain trying to convert the code on (at best) stuff that websites post into VBA, most only provide python/C#. VBA isn't as widely documented on a lot of these APIs.

Great news though is that it seems your salary company does know or have some VBA coding so you probably won't have to convert anything. Have you tried to ask them for more information on how to do it? That is the first place I would go.

Your second problem from looking at it very briefly looks to use Python in the examples, have you reached out to their technical team if they have any VBA documentation?
Richard Rost
4 months ago
I've got more Developer lessons coming out on using Access with APIs, but it's going to be a while...

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