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Using web services, authentication and message representation format

After enabling web services for your company, you'll be given a unique company identification and authentication token. For every API request you send, you'll need to present the following:

API method request can be sent using HTTP POST as shown in the following example:

POST /WebServicesSI/API HTTP/1.1
Host: eurofaktura.com
User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0
Content-Length: 410
Content-Type: application/octet-stream

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<request>
<login username="micka" md5pass="ddb43e9f119c6805f4770ecc4f6466ba" token="07D316568AC3441F89981C68A30370A8" />
<method name="WarehouseGetArticleStockQuantity">
  <parameter name="warehouseCode" value="01" />
  <parameter name="stockDate" type="Date" value="2009-01-01" />
  <parameter name="productCode" type="String" value="123" />
</method>
</request>


To generate MD5 password hash you can use the following command on Linux:

# echo -n "MICKAkovac" | md5sum

or you can use online generator:

http://www.miraclesalad.com/webtools/md5.php http://www.miraclesalad.com/webtools/md5.php

To generate the MD5 password hash you can use the md5sum command on Linux as shown down under. In the example MD5 password hash is generated for the user with username micka and password kovac (exact case as it is set). The username has to be in UPPERCASE while the password has to be exactly as it is set.

The web services have limit of maximum 4 requests in 4s. There is also delay functionality for sending responses, so if you wait for each response before sending another request, there is no need for delay implementation on client side.

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Zadnja sprememba 16.09.2019 14:26:22
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