We are integrating with World Check One API using PL/SQL, through which we will be sending requests with the help of UTL.HTTP Commands.
Our scenario - For any new Client or Individual/Entity related to new Client, we need to scan World Check One for that particular Case ID and receive its score in response. If the scan generates a hit, then World Check One should also send the alert details back in the responses.
Can you please help me with the SEQ(s) from World-Check One v2.43 API, which will help us to suffice our above scenario in order to fetch required details from World Check One?
We request you to kindly utilize the synchronous screening in order to get the desired outcome. Please find the steps below:
Step 1: SEQ-screen-sync-simple: Perform Synchronous Screening: Simple
- The above API calls can be used for performing synchronous screening on cases. Synchronous screening API calls are used for saving a case, screening a case and fetching screening results along with the resolution status in the response of the API call. The above mentioned tasks can be accomplished using 1 API call.
Step 2: SEQ-case-investigate-world-check-profile: Get a World-Check profile
- This API enables you to pull the World Check profile of the matches/results found in step 1. This helps you to make an informed decision about resolving hits.
For more details request you to please refer the below link:
Thank you @Vivek Kumar Singh for your valuable inputs.
I have one more doubt, does this World Check One v2.43 API supports Bulk Processing of records? As per my understanding it does support Bulk Processing of records, but somewhere in the Q&A Forum of Developer Community I read that it is yet to be configured for bulk processing.
Can anyone please confirm on this?
Yes, Save and screen multiple cases for the given group Id is available via "SEQ-case-save-and-screen-cases: Save and screen multiple cases" API call. You may include multiple cases with up to 50 entities in a single request (see Example HTTP request below).
"name": "John Smith"