Release December 2020: Push API (Webhooks) And New REST API Version
1) Push API – Webhooks
Legito’s Push API now enables your application’s web server (webhook listener) to receive instantaneous automated messages containing Document Record details (including Documents and Files) that are triggered by any Document Record Event. A Triggering Document Record Event may be any of the Event types captured by Legito’s Document Timeline (Audit Trail).
As a webhook service, our Push API actively sends (pushes) up-to-date information to your subscribed services when specified events occur in your Workspace, versus your having to “call” and retrieve information.
See our Push API KnowledgeBase article to learn more about Push API.
2) REST API Version 3
We added these methods supporting the newly developed features, mainly related Document Record Properties:
– get label
– post label
– delete label
– get template-tag
– post template-tag
– get property
– get property-group
– get document-record-type
– post document-record-type
– put document-record-type
– delete document-record-type
– post document-record
– get push-connection
– post push-connection
The following methods were modified to comply with Document Record Properties:
– get document-record
– put document-record
We have also updated User Permissions. All user permissions are supported in Version 3 of Legito’s REST API.
See our documentation for new newest version of the REST API for more details.
3) New User Permission “Can create Document Record”
There is now a new user permission entitled, “Can create Document Record”, allowing a user to manually create new Document Records. The permission is enabled by default. Users without this permission will not see “Create Document Record” buttons in the Workspace.
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