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Date
02.08. - 02.09.2024 09:00 - 17:00
Price excl. VAT (CHF)
350.00
Course description
Mission Statement
To equip students with the knowledge to create and execute Community API requests and updates.
 
Course Description
The Avaloq Community APIs are a set of off-the-shelf API endpoints that can be used by applications and back-end services to retrieve and update ACP data.
 
The API endpoint names and data generally mirror the DDIC names and data that Avaloq users already know. This makes it easy for developers to use the APIs, and as a result they have become very popular in the Avaloq community.
 
The course takes you through the architecture used by the APIs, shows you how to make read requests to retrieve data and write requests to create orders.
 
You'll learn how to use filters to home in on the data required, build shaping definitions to only return the fields you want and create compound requests that combine information from more than one source.
 
Objectives
  • Describe the Community API services architecture
  • Explain how read and write requests are handled differently
  • Be able to make API requests for static, order, reference, and pillar data
  • Be able to make API requests to create orders
  • Construct custom API requests using filters and other query parameters
  • Build compound and shaped API requests
Target audience
Avaloq Certified Professionals and/or those using Community APIs for client projects.
Prerequisites
Participants must be ACCP certified or have equivalent knowledge of the Avaloq Banking System.
 
Course content
  • CAPI introduction
  • CAPI read architecture and demonstration
  • CAPI write architecture and demonstration
  • CAPI advanced features
  • CAPI shaping for development and production
  • CAPI pillars and demonstration
 
Duration
This is a self-study course which is only delivered online.
The course will be available throughout the begin and end dates indicated upon logging in. There is no specific attendance day.
 
Estimated time to complete this course:
2-4 hours of self-study
Availability
30 Available

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