Web Services Overview

Order Information Inbound to Trimble #

Web Services Flow - Import

(1) Web Services #

Web Services are XML based information exchange systems. DRTrack can accept web service pushes or calls for data regarding orders, accounts, routes as well as others utilizing WSDL. Web Services Description Language is an XML based language used to describe the services a business offers, providing access to those services electronically. Click WSDL to link to the Request Methods Table.

Benefits of using Web Services include:

  • Seamless order importing with no user interaction
  • Closer to real time data exchange.

All requests include your unique WebService Client Identifier and are authenticated with GetAuthenticationToken, which validates the user identification info with the Billing and Licensing system. Each return response includes status error codes/warnings, when applicable.

Real Time Trimble Inbound Order Process #

Description Language (WSDL) #

The following Request Methods Table Describes the request methods available, and the expected return response

(1) Web Services Export #

Web Services Flow - Export

Trimble can accept web service pushes or calls for data regarding orders, accounts, routes as well as others.

Benefits of using Web Services include:

  • Seamless account level importing with no user interaction
  • Closer to real time data exchange.

All requests include your unique WebService Client Identifier and are authenticated with GetAuthenticationToken, which validates the user identification info with the Billing and Licensing system. Each return response includes status error codes/warnings, when applicable. Automatically pull order and account information from Trimble in real time or in a daily/batch process.

Last updated March 24, 2021.