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(C) QuickBooks - Full Update an Employee

Demonstrates how to update any of the writable fields of an existing employee. The example first reads the JSON data for the employee, makes some changes, and then POST's the updated JSON to update the employee.

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#include <C_CkJsonObject.h>
#include <C_CkOAuth1.h>
#include <C_CkRest.h>
#include <C_CkStringBuilder.h>

void ChilkatSample(void)
    {
    HCkJsonObject jsonToken;
    BOOL success;
    HCkOAuth1 oauth1;
    HCkRest rest;
    BOOL bAutoReconnect;
    HCkStringBuilder sbPath;
    int numReplacements;
    const char *responseBody;
    HCkJsonObject json;
    HCkJsonObject updateJson;

    // This example assumes the Chilkat API to have been previously unlocked.
    // See Global Unlock Sample for sample code.

    // This example also assumes an OAuth1 access token was previously fetched.
    // and saved in a JSON file.  See the Chilkat online examples at example-code.com
    // for Quickbooks OAuth1 examples (in the Quickbooks and OAuth1 categories)
    // 

    // First get our previously obtained access token.
    jsonToken = CkJsonObject_Create();
    success = CkJsonObject_LoadFile(jsonToken,"qa_data/tokens/quickbooks.json");

    oauth1 = CkOAuth1_Create();
    CkOAuth1_putConsumerKey(oauth1,"QUICKBOOKS_CONSUMER_KEY");
    CkOAuth1_putConsumerSecret(oauth1,"QUICKBOOKS_CONSUMER_SECRET");
    CkOAuth1_putToken(oauth1,CkJsonObject_stringOf(jsonToken,"oauth_token"));
    CkOAuth1_putTokenSecret(oauth1,CkJsonObject_stringOf(jsonToken,"oauth_token_secret"));

    rest = CkRest_Create();

    // Connect using TLS.
    // A single REST object, once connected, can be used for many Quickbooks REST API calls.
    // The auto-reconnect indicates that if the already-established HTTPS connection is closed,
    // then it will be automatically re-established as needed.
    bAutoReconnect = TRUE;
    success = CkRest_Connect(rest,"sandbox-quickbooks.api.intuit.com",443,TRUE,bAutoReconnect);
    if (success != TRUE) {
        printf("%s\n",CkRest_lastErrorText(rest));
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(jsonToken);
        CkOAuth1_Dispose(oauth1);
        CkRest_Dispose(rest);
        return;
    }

    CkRest_SetAuthOAuth1(rest,oauth1,FALSE);

    // The company ID is the realmId
    sbPath = CkStringBuilder_Create();
    CkStringBuilder_Append(sbPath,"/v3/company/<companyID>/employee/<employeeID>");
    numReplacements = CkStringBuilder_Replace(sbPath,"<companyID>",CkJsonObject_stringOf(jsonToken,"realmId"));
    // Assume we already know that we want to read the employee whose Id = 60.
    numReplacements = CkStringBuilder_Replace(sbPath,"<employeeID>","60");

    CkRest_AddHeader(rest,"Accept","application/json");
    CkRest_putAllowHeaderFolding(rest,FALSE);

    responseBody = CkRest_fullRequestNoBody(rest,"GET",CkStringBuilder_getAsString(sbPath));
    if (CkRest_getLastMethodSuccess(rest) != TRUE) {
        printf("%s\n",CkRest_lastErrorText(rest));
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(jsonToken);
        CkOAuth1_Dispose(oauth1);
        CkRest_Dispose(rest);
        CkStringBuilder_Dispose(sbPath);
        return;
    }

    // We should expect a 200 response if successful.
    if (CkRest_getResponseStatusCode(rest) != 200) {
        printf("Request Header: \n");
        printf("%s\n",CkRest_lastRequestHeader(rest));
        printf("----\n");
        printf("Response StatusCode = %d\n",CkRest_getResponseStatusCode(rest));
        printf("Response StatusLine: %s\n",CkRest_responseStatusText(rest));
        printf("Response Header:\n");
        printf("%s\n",CkRest_responseHeader(rest));
        printf("%s\n",responseBody);
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(jsonToken);
        CkOAuth1_Dispose(oauth1);
        CkRest_Dispose(rest);
        CkStringBuilder_Dispose(sbPath);
        return;
    }

    // Load the JSON response into a JSON object for parsing/updating
    json = CkJsonObject_Create();
    CkJsonObject_Load(json,responseBody);

    // Show the JSON..
    CkJsonObject_putEmitCompact(json,FALSE);
    printf("%s\n",CkJsonObject_emit(json));
    printf("----\n");

    // The JSON passed in the HTTP POST for updating is the inner content of the Employee
    updateJson = CkJsonObject_ObjectOf(json,"Employee");

    // Add or update the Line1 of the PrimaryAddr.
    CkJsonObject_UpdateString(updateJson,"PrimaryAddr.Line1","2W 298 Campton Hills Rd.");

    // Examine the JSON we'll be sending in the body of the POST.
    printf("%s\n",CkJsonObject_emit(updateJson));
    printf("----\n");

    // Now we're going to POST the changes to update the Quickbooks account.
    CkRest_ClearAllHeaders(rest);
    CkRest_AddHeader(rest,"Accept","application/json");
    CkRest_AddHeader(rest,"Content-Type","application/json");

    CkStringBuilder_Clear(sbPath);
    CkStringBuilder_Append(sbPath,"/v3/company/<companyID>/employee");
    numReplacements = CkStringBuilder_Replace(sbPath,"<companyID>",CkJsonObject_stringOf(jsonToken,"realmId"));

    // The updated JSON is passed as the HTTP request body.
    responseBody = CkRest_fullRequestString(rest,"POST",CkStringBuilder_getAsString(sbPath),CkJsonObject_emit(updateJson));
    if (CkRest_getLastMethodSuccess(rest) != TRUE) {
        printf("%s\n",CkRest_lastErrorText(rest));
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(updateJson);
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(jsonToken);
        CkOAuth1_Dispose(oauth1);
        CkRest_Dispose(rest);
        CkStringBuilder_Dispose(sbPath);
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(json);
        return;
    }

    // We should expect a 200 response if successful.
    if (CkRest_getResponseStatusCode(rest) != 200) {
        printf("Request Header: \n");
        printf("%s\n",CkRest_lastRequestHeader(rest));
        printf("----\n");
        printf("Response StatusCode = %d\n",CkRest_getResponseStatusCode(rest));
        printf("Response StatusLine: %s\n",CkRest_responseStatusText(rest));
        printf("Response Header:\n");
        printf("%s\n",CkRest_responseHeader(rest));
        printf("%s\n",responseBody);
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(updateJson);
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(jsonToken);
        CkOAuth1_Dispose(oauth1);
        CkRest_Dispose(rest);
        CkStringBuilder_Dispose(sbPath);
        CkJsonObject_Dispose(json);
        return;
    }

    CkJsonObject_Dispose(updateJson);

    // Load the JSON response into a JSON object to emit in indented form..
    CkJsonObject_Load(json,responseBody);
    printf("%s\n",CkJsonObject_emit(json));

    printf("Success.\n");


    CkJsonObject_Dispose(jsonToken);
    CkOAuth1_Dispose(oauth1);
    CkRest_Dispose(rest);
    CkStringBuilder_Dispose(sbPath);
    CkJsonObject_Dispose(json);

    }

 

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