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HSBC - First Screening

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Hi, I was able to do my first Screening.
Based on the answer and what I was reading I had a couple of doubts.

Firstly, the service dont gave me an answer at the time, we had to wait asynchronously to obtain the result of the screening.

Please confirm me if the way I am using the API is correct.

1) / v1 / groups
2) / v1 / cases
3) / v1 / cases / {caseSystemId} / screeningRequest

Then we have to wait a minute and call this WebService to get the results:
4) / v1 / cases / {caseSystemId} / auditEvents

Then WC1 API returned what I attached in the file: “rlst.zip”
You could confirm if I am using the services well, if this is the correct way or there is some way that it is all Synchronous, since it changes the way to solve the invocations.
Thank you very much.

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Hi @jcgarcia,

Yes, you are using the API services correctly, with just a comment.

4) you don't have to wait 1 minute, in fact many requests may finish in less than 1 second, it depends on the size of the return request and other bandwidth factors.

The return request for screening a name with only a few or no matches, should complete very quickly. Request that returns dozens to hundreds of matches will take longer.

It's suggested you use a exponential audit poll timing for testing for screening completion. So after screening a case, pause 500ms check screening audit, if not complete pause 1s, then 2s, 4s, 8s, etc...and adjust accordingly as you gain experience with your data and your typical return requests timings.

Hope this helps,
Brian

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