Enketo API

Hi ODK Devs,

I wanted to share with you the new Enketo API Documentation at
http://apidocs.enketo.org/

This API can be used to integrate Enketo with ODK Aggregate (as was done on
formhub.org). This would e.g. enable you to launch a form on Enketo from
within the Aggregate interface. With some additional work on Aggregate you
could also use the API to edit already submitted data with Enketo (as was
done on formhub).

The API is available in your own installation of enketo or from the service
at https://enketo.org that launched today (see
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/opendatakit/VjAHKLugXfc).

If a Dev wants to add this functionality to ODK Aggregate, I would be happy
to help out in any way I can!

Cheers,
Martijn

Hi Martjin

Thanks for this; I've been really impressed with Enketo. Currently I'm
trying to delete forms that are on Enketo but no longer in use on ODK
Aggregate instance. Is that possible via the web interface?

Regards

  • James
··· On Wednesday, September 4, 2013 8:56:26 AM UTC-7, Martijn van de Rijdt wrote: > > Hi ODK Devs, > > I wanted to share with you the new Enketo API Documentation at > http://apidocs.enketo.org/ > > This API can be used to integrate Enketo with ODK Aggregate (as was done > on formhub.org). This would e.g. enable you to launch a form on Enketo > from within the Aggregate interface. With some additional work on Aggregate > you could also use the API to edit already submitted data with Enketo (as > was done on formhub). > > The API is available in your own installation of enketo or from the > service at https://enketo.org that launched today (see > https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/opendatakit/VjAHKLugXfc). > > If a Dev wants to add this functionality to ODK Aggregate, I would be > happy to help out in any way I can! > > Cheers, > Martijn > > > > >

Hi James,

Thanks! It is not possible via the web interface. I see this as the
responsibility of the OpenRosa server. The de-activation api call should
actually be added to Aggregate so that it happens automatically when a form
is deleted from Aggregate. (SurveyCTO has done this on their side already).

Until this gets added to Aggregate, the API docs will generate the exact
code snippet you can use to do this from the terminal if you fill in the
correct values in the green inputs on the right.

Best regards,
Martijn

··· On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 11:58 AM, jamesD wrote:

Hi Martjin

Thanks for this; I've been really impressed with Enketo. Currently I'm
trying to delete forms that are on Enketo but no longer in use on ODK
Aggregate instance. Is that possible via the web interface?

Regards

  • James

On Wednesday, September 4, 2013 8:56:26 AM UTC-7, Martijn van de Rijdt wrote:

Hi ODK Devs,

I wanted to share with you the new Enketo API Documentation at
http://apidocs.enketo.org/

This API can be used to integrate Enketo with ODK Aggregate (as was done
on formhub.org). This would e.g. enable you to launch a form on Enketo
from within the Aggregate interface. With some additional work on Aggregate
you could also use the API to edit already submitted data with Enketo (as
was done on formhub).

The API is available in your own installation of enketo or from the
service at https://enketo.org that launched today (see
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/opendatakit/VjAHKLugXfc).

If a Dev wants to add this functionality to ODK Aggregate, I would be
happy to help out in any way I can!

Cheers,
Martijn

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Hi Martin,

My apologies for the novice question, but--can you recommend resources for learning how to use the Enketo's API via a terminal? (And, specifically, from a Windows machine?)

Cheers,
Jimi

Hi Jimi,

I'm afraid, I'm not the right person to ask, as I have never used cURL on a
windows machine. I believe it is possible. Hopefully somebody else reading
this can give advice on the best tool to use.

You could of course always run a Linux Virtual Machine in Virtualbox on
Windows, but it seems to me that that would be a pretty cumbersome
last-resort solution just to get a decent terminal.

Good luck,
Martijn

··· On Mon, Aug 3, 2015 at 2:35 AM, wrote:

Hi Martin,

My apologies for the novice question, but--can you recommend resources for
learning how to use the Enketo's API via a terminal? (And, specifically,
from a Windows machine?)

Cheers,
Jimi

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Don't know what you're needing to do, but, if you are looking for a
terminal emulator or remote ssh connectivity for windows, Putty is highly
respected:

http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html

··· On Mon, Aug 3, 2015 at 9:42 AM, Martijn van de Rijdt wrote:

Hi Jimi,

I'm afraid, I'm not the right person to ask, as I have never used cURL on
a windows machine. I believe it is possible. Hopefully somebody else
reading this can give advice on the best tool to use.

You could of course always run a Linux Virtual Machine in Virtualbox on
Windows, but it seems to me that that would be a pretty cumbersome
last-resort solution just to get a decent terminal.

Good luck,
Martijn

On Mon, Aug 3, 2015 at 2:35 AM, jmichiel@bu.edu wrote:

Hi Martin,

My apologies for the novice question, but--can you recommend resources
for learning how to use the Enketo's API via a terminal? (And,
specifically, from a Windows machine?)

Cheers,
Jimi

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