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How can I get LastModifiedDateUser from WC1 API.

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I want to get LastModifiedDateUser like Case manaer item in World check One UI from WC1API.
WC1API has many options. So I don't know which is same means of LastModifiedDateUser.

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Hi @satom,

Thank you for reaching out.

To help you get started and depending on your use case, you can consider one of the following two end points:

1. GET - Fetch Full Case Details: https://api-worldcheck.refinitiv.com/v2/cases/{caseSystemId}

This end points returns a full case details with aggregated summaries including the "modificationDate" which is preceded by the key-value pairs of "creator" and "modifier".

2. POST - User activity monitoring. Initial request: https://api-worldcheck.refinitiv.com/v2/cases/summaries

This end points returns a collection of cases that were modified by users in a particular date range. The request body supports the following fields to specify searching criteria:

'modificationDate' - Time when the case has been modified by the user;

'assignedUserId' - Identifier of the User cases are assigned to;

'groupId' - Identifier of the Group that owns the case;

'creatorUserId' - Identifier of the case author;

'modifierUserId' - Identifier of the recent changes author;

'creationDate' - Time when the case has been created.

The response includes the "modificationDate" which is preceded by the key-value pairs of "creator" and "modifier".


Please do reach out if you have any further questions.


Best regards,

Virgill

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