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API Technical Reference

REST Web Service Interface

The REST API allows you to manage Courseware and Assessments data around locations, classes, administrators, instructors, and learners.

Since the API is based on REST principles, it's very easy to write and test applications. You can use your browser to access URLs, and you can use pretty much any HTTP client in any programming language to interact with the API.
NOTE: The documentation outlined below encompasses the full extent of resources available to organizations who wish to develop an API or SSO connection to Edmentum for their systems. 

 

 

Deprecated

Current

API Documentation https://ed-api.ple.platoweb.com/help/index https://app.edmentum.com/api/help/index

Prod API Endpoint

https://ed-api.ple.platoweb.com/

https://app.edmentum.com/api/

Test API Endpoint

https://ed-api.nextple.platoweb.com/

Test environments will be available in the Production environment with scrubbed data for testing (sandbox)

Dev API EndPoint

http://ed-api.demople.platoweb.com/

Not available, see Test API Endpoint above

Prod SSO Endpoint

https://ple.platoweb.com/sso.ashx?t=

https://login.edmentum.com/sso?t=

Test SSO Endpoint

https://nextple.platoweb.com/sso.ashx?t=

Test environments will be available in the Production environment with scrubbed data for testing (sandbox)

Dev SSO Endpoint

http://demople.platoweb.com/sso.ashx?t=

Not available, see Test SSO Endpoint above

Authentication (STS)

https://ple.platoweb.com/issue/oauth2/token

https://login.edmentum.com/issue/oauth2/token

 

Data Formats

The API provides the ability to transmit data in XML format.

It is very important that as you issue API requests you include the appropriate Content-Type header with the HTTP request.

XML: Content-type: text/xml

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