Web Service

Operations on forms data


1 - Get list of all data of a form


There are two functions to get simply all data of a form. With the first one, you will get only unread data of a form. To use it you have to send a GET request to: https://www.kizeoforms.com/rest/v3/forms/{formId}/data.
The second one gives you all data of a form, even read data, and is a GET request that you send to: https://www.kizeoforms.com/rest/v3/forms/{formId}/data/all.

For these two functions, if they correctly worked, you will receive a response like following:


[ { "id": "dataId1", "form_id": "integer", "user_id": "integer", "create_time": "date", "answer_time": "date" }, { "id": "dataId2", "form_id": "integer", "user_id": "integer", "create_time": "date", "answer_time": "date" }, . . . ]

2 - Read new data of a form


You also have a function that allows you to read the content of all unread data of a given form.
You have to send a GET request to: https://www.kizeoforms.com/rest/v3/forms/{formId}/data/readnew.

If it worked, you will have a response like:


[ { "id": "dataId", "form_id": "integer", "user_id": "integer", "create_time": "date", "answer_time": "date" } ]

After you read that data, you could want them to disappear from unread data list. To do this, you have to send a POST request to: https://www.kizeoforms.com/rest/v3/forms/{formId}/markasread.
Don't forget to add the id of data you want to mark as read in the request's body, the same way as following:


{ "data_ids": [ "dataId1", "dataId2", "dataId3", "dataId4" ] }

3 - Advanced research in form data


To go further in your researches of datas, you have a function of advanced research. To use it, you will send a POSTrequest to: https://www.kizeoforms.com/rest/v3/forms/{formId}/data/advanced.

To define precisely your research, you have to add in your request's body the following filters in JSON format.


{ "global_filters": "string", // A string to search in data "filters": [ { "type": "OR", // An `OR inclusive` group of conditions "components": [ // The group's conditions { "field": "string", // Field that will be filtered "operator": "string", // Comparison operator "type": "simple", "val": "string" // Reference value for the research }, // ... ] } ], "order": [ { "col": "string", // Data on which data will be ordered "type": "string" // Col Type } ] }
  • format : You can either use the format basic (with all the details about each entry) or simple (less exhaustive, but much more time efficient if you want to retrieve IDs only).
  • operator : The different operators available are: =, >, >=, <, <=, !=, like, notlike (caution, it is case sensitive).
  • field : The root of each field's markers. Sample: _update_time (update time of your entry) or _user_id (the ID of the user sending the entry). You can also search over a specific field in the form (customer for instance, or contract_number) using the identifier of the field (from the help menu of each form on the form edition page).
  • type : The components/filters' types are: simple (searching on a field outside of a table), dynamic_date (not yet documented), global (searching over the whole entry), AND and OR (for complex conditions use the attributes components as shown above).

4 - Push a data


You also have the possibility to send data without saving the form, in case you have to add other data later. It is called a "push". To do that operation, you have to send a POST request to: https://www.kizeoforms.com/rest/v3/forms/{formId}/push replacing {formId} by the id of the form.

Don't forget to add data in the request's body as following:


{ "recipient_user_id": "integer", "fields": { "field_id": { "value": "string" } } }

5 - Code samples


You will find here examples of these functions in several languages.

- PHP Samples

- Javascript Samples

- Java Samples