InterviewType/InterviewStatus Parameters Not Filtering

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October 30, 2019 23:32

JLEE

Hello,

I am still unable to filter by the InterviewType and InterviewStatus parameters. Would you know how to fix this?

Also, how would one view the other ‘pages’ of data past the first 100 results?

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October 31, 2019 16:01

Jarrid-PCRecruiter

I responded to this in your other thread, please provide some example records and the string you’re using to query the database.

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October 31, 2019 16:49

JLEE

For example, I was trying to search on InterviewType=“Resume” in my query URL but it does not filter the interview type. I see that “Resume” appears in the InterviewType category for multiple results but the filter does not exclude the others.

Here is an example record where InterviewType=“Resume”

{’AppointmentDate’: ‘2016-08-19T16:28:48’, ‘ArrangedDate’: ‘2016-08-19T16:28:51’, ‘BillRate’: {’CurrencyCode’: ‘USD’, ‘Value’: 0.0}, ‘CandidateId’: 149607619611905, ‘CandidateName’: ‘Chris Freeman’, ‘CompanyId’: 458594530173146, ‘InterviewId’: 110417686736169, ‘InterviewStatus’: ‘INTERVIEW’, ‘InterviewType’: ‘Resume’, ‘JobId’: 213973830520429, ‘PayRate’: {’CurrencyCode’: ‘USD’, ‘Value’: 0.0}, ‘WrittenBy’: ’JLAWHEAD’},

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October 31, 2019 17:05

Jarrid-PCRecruiter

I just responded in the other thread but you can use:
&Query=InterviewType eq Resume
OR
&Query=InterviewType co Resume

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October 31, 2019 17:20

Jarrid-PCRecruiter

I created a sample example site you can use to quickly run your queries (no guarantee on how long I’ll keep it up, but you might find it useful).

https://dtwit.net

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October 31, 2019 17:45

JLEE

Awesome, thank you so much Jarrid!

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