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Monday, November 16, 2009

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As far as this api goes. You just need to keep in mind that there are parameters that are necessary. And that q-keyword, and l-(can be many things.)

Location can be a zipcode, state, or city-state combination. Currently, there is no support for multiple location search.

As long as you work in fine detail with the query that is built and sent, you should find it easy to fetch the data needed.

Use XSLT to transform the xml, and another time is to name the xml file from the post if you have to combined with a unique/random. If not make sure its a temp.

How to pass the location query,I tried with l-"location" but couldnt find the result.
The format I am calling
http://api.simplyhired.com/a/jobs-api/xml-v2/q-sales/l-US?pshid=123&ssty=2&cflg=r&jbd=bluechalk.jobamatic.com&clip=12.23.34.45

can you help me?

I read all the information mention in this article and know about XML API and its importances. This article gives clear ideas or tips to use of XML API page.

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