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Getting Started with the Bullhorn REST API

The Bullhorn REST API gives partner a simple yet powerful way to interact with the Bullhorn system. Because it uses HTTP requests and responses and standard data structures, the REST API is accessible from many programming languages and is particularly well-suited to mobile applications and applications that use the most current web technologies.

The Bullhorn REST API gives you a simple yet powerful way to interact with the Bullhorn system. Because it uses HTTP requests and responses and standard data structures, the REST API is accessible from many programming languages and is particularly well-suited to mobile applications and applications that use the most current web technologies.

REST API Release 2017.2 Release Notes

REST API Release 2017.2 Release Notes

Release 2017.2 of the Bullhorn REST API includes the following changes to edit entitlements:

Candidate, ClientContact, ClientCorporation, Lead, Opportunity JobOrder

A user without "Edit Any {entity}" or "Edit Department {entity}" who is listed as a secondary owner of an entity can edit that entity.

ClientCorporation

To edit the ClientCorporation status field, a user must have the "Change Client Status" entitlement.

JobOrder

Data-center-specific API URLs

API users should use the following data-center-specific base URLs for the Bullhorn OAuth, REST, and SOAP APIs:

U.S. East Coast Data Center

CLS4,CLS2,CLS20,CLS6,CLS7
https://auth.bullhornstaffing.com
https://rest.bullhornstaffing.com
https://api.bullhornstaffing.com

U.S. West Coast Data Center

CLS30,CLS31,CLS32,CLS33,CLS34
https://auth-west.bullhornstaffing.com
https://rest-west.bullhornstaffing.com
https://api-west.bullhornstaffing.com

UK Data Center

CLS21,CLS22,CLS23
https://auth-emea.bullhornstaffing.com
https://rest-emea.bullhornstaffing.com

API 2.6 Release Notes

API 2.6 Release Notes

New Features

SOAP API 2.6 adds the following changes to the feature set of SOAPI API 2.5:

  • The following fields are now exposed on the CorporateUser entity:
    • reportToPersonID
    • userDateAdded
    • atsSamlNameId
    • atsSamlIssuer
    • mobileSamlNameId
    • mobileSamlNameId

Use OpenWindow to open or create Bullhorn records

You can use OpenWindow URLs in your custom iframed application to open pages into a Bullhorn "bowling alley" window (frame) just as the standard Bullhorn application does. When users click on an OpenWindow URL link in your application, they are redirected to the appropriate record in a new bowling alley window.

Note: The user’s default browser must be Internet Explorer.

Get the OpenWindow hostname

REST API 1.1 Release Notes

REST API 1.1 Release Notes

Version 1.1 of the Bullhorn REST API includes the following changes. The Bullhorn REST API Reference includes these changes.

OAuth authorization for the Bullhorn REST API

Bullhorn uses OAuth 2.0 as the authorization mechanism for the Bullhorn REST API. OAuth provides a secure way for customers to use applications that make Bullhorn REST API calls.

OAuth 2 participants

The OAuth 2 process involves the following participants:

Resource owner

The Bullhorn user who wishes to use a partner's application by granting it access to his or her Bullhorn data.

OAuth 2 client

Partner's application.

Provides an overview of the OAuth 2.0 authorization implementation for the the Bullhorn REST API.

Use the Bullhorn SOAP API to Work with Notes

Note: You can download the full article as well as the sample code for PHP, C#, or Java.

Introduction

This tutorial is for developers who develop custom applications that use the Bullhorn web services APIs. It provides an overview of how Notes work within the Bullhorn application and illustrates how to query, add, and remove Notes to candidates, client contacts, jobs and other entities using PHP, C#, and Java.

Getting Started with the Bullhorn SOAP API and Java

Note: Download the full article and sample code here.

Introduction

This article is targeted at developers who want to do custom development using the Bullhorn SOAP API and Java. You will create a sample application that creates a session to the Bullhorn system, retrieves candidates using a couple of methods, and displays the results on the console.

You will learn how to:

This article is targeted at developers who want to do custom development using the Bullhorn SOAP API and Java. You will create a sample application that creates a session to the Bullhorn system, retrieves candidates using a couple of methods, and displays the results on the console.

Getting Started with the Bullhorn SOAP API and C#/.NET

Note: Download the full article and sample code here.

Introduction

This tutorial is for developers who develop custom applications that use the Bullhorn SOAP API and C#. You develop a sample application that creates a session to the Bullhorn system, retrieves candidates by using several methods, and displays the results in a table on the web page.

You learn how to do the following tasks:

This tutorial is for developers who develop custom applications that use the Bullhorn web services APIs and C#. You develop a sample application that creates a session to the Bullhorn system, retrieves candidates by using several methods, and displays the results in a table on the web page.

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