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The customer is provided with the following procedure in order to work with the API: 1. The customer creates two XML files. The first is titled “data.xml” and it contains information on balances, income, and expenditure. The second is “catalog.xml”. Files contains background information including: products transferred (for instance, between warehouses), purchases, sales, etc. This information can be customized. After these files are created, they need to be packed in “data.zip” archive. The system accepts the data from the files only if they are correctly named. Double-checking the file names will provide optimum results. Samples of the upload files, along with a description, are presented in Section B. 2. Once the files have been properly compiled and named, the customer accesses the server at https://i.mycroft2b.com and establishes a connection. This must pass HTTP Basic Authentication, and will, as long as the correct using login and password are entered as requested. 3. Next, the customer sends a PUT request to the server, using the archive created at step 1. The address for this is: https://i.mycroft2b.com/api/Instances/[KEY]/Import. In the above address, [KEY] is the actual key provided at registration. The customer’s login and password are required at this point. 4. You will know that your data has been successfully loaded by a response of “true.” An unsuccessful load will return a “false”. 5. After the response is received, the connection is broken. Manual Load: You can manually load the data.zip file created at step 1 into Mycroft Assistant. To do so, you need to: a) Log in to the system at https://i.mycroft2b.com using your login and password. b) Open the menu at the right top and select “Preferences.” c) In the “Data” section, click on the cloud and select the file you created at step 1 (or drag the file using the drug-and-drop approach)..
Rakuten Marketplace Product Search API enables developers to retrieve information of products for sale on Rakuten Marketplace (Ichiba) excluding those listed on auctions, flea markets, customer to customer auctions (C2C) or joint purchases on Rakuten Ichiba. Developers are allowed to obtain the product information by specifying Keyword as well as to filter the search with Item Code, Shop Name or Genre Name.
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The Text Analytics API is a suite of text analytics web services built with best-in-class Microsoft machine learning algorithms. The API can be used to analyze unstructured text for tasks such as sentiment analysis, key phrase extraction and language detection. No training data is needed to use this API; just bring your text data. This API uses advanced natural language processing techniques to deliver best in class predictions.
SeatGeek is a ticket search site that aggregates sports, concert, and theater ticket listings from over 60 ticketing sites -- including StubHub and TicketsNow. The SeatGeek API provides developers with broad access to the company’s dataset of nearly 100,000 live events. The RESTful API returns requests in JSON, JSONP, and XML and can provide detailed information on venue lat/lon, average ticket price, seating location, and more. SeatGeek has a community portal that keeps a record of all support conversations and is a useful tool when looking to get questions answered. Sites can also monetize their content with SeatGeek's API by registering in SeatGeek's Partner Program. Each time a partner sends a referral to SeatGeek and they purchase a ticket, SeatGeek will pay their partner 50% of the revenue earned on that transaction. Currently users are averaging $11 per sale generated.
About Posten Norge
Posten Norge or The Norwegian Post is the name of the Norwegianpostal service. The company, owned by the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications has a monopoly on distribution of letters weighing less than 50g throughout the country. Posten was founded in 1647 as Postvesenet ("the postal system") by general post master Henrik Morian. It was established as a private company, and the King Christian IV gave his blessing to the founding of the company. In 1996, Posten Norge BA was established as a state-owned company in which the Norwegian state had limited liability. In 2002 Posten changed its corporate structure to that of a stock company, to prepare the company for the expected deregulation of the Norwegian postal market. In 2002 Norway Post acquired 57% of the shares of a private Swedish postal company, CityMail and acquired the remaining 43% in the first quarter of 2006.