BootView WebApi

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The following routes are available for this service:
GET/bootrecordsFind all the boot records that meet the search criteria
FindBootRecords Parameters:
NameParameterData TypeRequiredDescription
CustomerIdqueryGuidNoThe customer Id for which we want the boot records.
FollowupqueryboolNoWhether the record is flagged for followup.
PaymentPlanqueryboolNoWhether there is a payment plan for this boot record.
FirstNamequerystringNoThe first name of the motorist associated with the vehicle for this boot record.
LastNamequerystringNoThe last name of the motorist associated with the vehicle for this boot record.
LicenseTagquerystringNoThe license tag.
LicenseStatequerystringNoThe license state.
CarMakeModelquerystringNoThe car make and model.
CarColorquerystringNoThe car color.
ParkingAreaIdqueryGuidNoThe parking area Id for which we want the boot records.
OfficerIdqueryGuidNoThe officer Id.
EnforcementOfficerIdqueryGuidNoThe enforcement officer Id.
BootSerialNumberquerystringNoThe serial number of the boot.
LocationquerystringNoThe location.
BootedFromqueryDateTimeNoThe earliest date of boot installation.
BootedToqueryDateTimeNoThe most recent boot installation date.
StatusIdqueryintNoThe boot record status id.
StickerIdquerystringNoThe sticker Id.
SortFieldquerystringNoThe sort field.
PageIndexqueryintNoThe page index.
PageSizequeryintNoNumber of results to return.
HistoricalStatusIdqueryintNoHistorical status Id.
HistoricalFromqueryDateTimeNoThe earliest historical date of boot installation.
HistoricalToqueryDateTimeNoThe most recent historical boot installation date.

To override the Content-type in your clients, use the HTTP Accept Header, append the .csv suffix or ?format=csv


The following are sample HTTP requests and responses. The placeholders shown need to be replaced with actual values.

GET /bootrecords HTTP/1.1 
Accept: text/csv
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: text/csv
Content-Length: length