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Working with Employee Ethnicities

[Overview] [Operation details] [Sample configuration]

Overview

The following operations allow you to retrieve ethnicity information of an employee

Operation Description
GET Employee Ethnicities

Operation details

This section provides more details on each of the operations.

Retrieving Employee Ethnicities

We can use GET Employee Ethnicities operation with required parameters to search and find the ethnicity required employees.

GET Employee Addresses

<ceridiandayforce.getEmployeeEthnicities>
    <xRefCode>{$ctx:xRefCode}</xRefCode>
    <contextDate>{$ctx:contextDate}</contextDate>
    <contextDateRangeFrom>{$ctx:contextDateRangeFrom}</contextDateRangeFrom>
    <contextDateRangeTo>{$ctx:contextDateRangeTo}</contextDateRangeTo>
</ceridiandayforce.getEmployeeEthnicities>

Properties

  • xRefCode (Mandatory): he unique identifier (external reference code) of the employee whose data will be retrieved. The value provided must be the exact match for an employee; otherwise, a bad request (400) error will be returned.
  • contextDate (Optional): The Context Date value is an “as-of” date used to determine which employee data to search when records have specific start and end dates. The service defaults to the current datetime if the requester does not specify a value. Example: 2017-01-01T13:24:56
  • contextDateRangeFrom (Optional): The Context Date Range From value is the start of the range of dates used to determine which employee data to search when records have specific start and end dates. The service defaults to null if the requester does not specify a value. Example: 2017-01-01T13:24:56
  • contextDateRangeTo (Optional): The Context Date Range To value is the end of the range of dates to determine which employee data to search when records have specific start and end dates. The service defaults to null if the requester does not specify a value. Example: 2017-01-01T13:24:56

Sample request

Following is a sample request that can be handled by this operation.

{
  "username": "DFWSTest",
  "password": "DFWSTest",
  "clientNamespace": "usconfigr57.dayforcehcm.com/Api/ddn",
  "apiVersion": "V1",
  "xRefCode": "42199",
  "contextDateRangeTo": "2017-01-01T13:24:56"
}

Sample response

Given below is a sample response for this operation.

{
    "Data": [
        {
            "EffectiveStart": "2013-06-25T00:00:00",
            "Ethnicity": {
                "XRefCode": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)",
                "ShortName": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)",
                "LongName": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)"
            },
            "ManagerEthnicity": {
                "XRefCode": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)",
                "ShortName": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)",
                "LongName": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)"
            }
        }
    ]
}

Related Dayforce documentation

https://developers.dayforce.com/Build/API-Explorer/Employee-Personal-Information/Employee-Ethnicities/GET-Employee-Ethnicities.aspx

Sample configuration

Following example illustrates how to connect to Dayforce with the init operation and query operation.

1.Create a sample proxy as below :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<proxy xmlns="http://ws.apache.org/ns/synapse"
       name="query"
       startOnLoad="true"
       statistics="disable"
       trace="disable"
       transports="http,https">
   <target>
      <inSequence>
         <log level="full" separator=","/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.username)" name="username"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.password)" name="password"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.clientNamespace)" name="clientNamespace"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.apiVersion)" name="apiVersion"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.isValidateOnly)" name="isValidateOnly"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.fieldAndValue)" name="fieldAndValue"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.xRefCode)" name="xRefCode"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.contextDate)" name="contextDate"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.contextDateRangeFrom)"
                   name="contextDateRangeFrom"/>
         <property expression="json-eval($.contextDateRangeTo)" name="contextDateRangeTo"/>
         <ceridiandayforce.init>
            <username>{$ctx:username}</username>
            <password>{$ctx:password}</password>
            <clientNamespace>{$ctx:clientNamespace}</clientNamespace>
            <apiVersion>{$ctx:apiVersion}</apiVersion>
         </ceridiandayforce.init>
         <ceridiandayforce.getEmployeeEthnicities>
            <xRefCode>{$ctx:xRefCode}</xRefCode>
            <contextDateRangeTo>{$ctx:contextDateRangeTo}</contextDateRangeTo>
         </ceridiandayforce.getEmployeeEthnicities>
         <send/>
      </inSequence>
   </target>
   <description/>
</proxy>

2.Create a json file named query.json and copy the configurations given below to it:

{
  "username": "DFWSTest",
  "password": "DFWSTest",
  "clientNamespace": "usconfigr57.dayforcehcm.com/Api/ddn",
  "apiVersion": "V1",
  "xRefCode": "42199",
  "contextDateRangeTo": "2017-01-01T13:24:56"
}
3.Replace the credentials with your values.

4.Execute the following curl command:

curl http://localhost:8280/services/query -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d @query.json
5.Dayforce returns HTTP Code 200 with the following response body

{
    "Data": [
        {
            "EffectiveStart": "2013-06-25T00:00:00",
            "Ethnicity": {
                "XRefCode": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)",
                "ShortName": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)",
                "LongName": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)"
            },
            "ManagerEthnicity": {
                "XRefCode": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)",
                "ShortName": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)",
                "LongName": "Black or African American (not Hispanic or Latino)"
            }
        }
    ]
}
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