Get an inspection result code




Path Parameters
  • This is the hash key of the attributes which make up the composite key--- InspectionType and AssessmentType ---for the Inspection Result Codes resource and used to uniquely identify an instance of Inspection Result Codes. The client should not generate the hash key value. Instead, the client should query on the Inspection Result Codes collection resource with a filter on the primary key values in order to navigate to a specific instance of Inspection Result Codes.

    For example: publicSectorInspectionResultCodes?q=InspectionType=<value1>;AssessmentType=<value2>
Query Parameters
  • This parameter specifies dependencies which are attributes that are set before and rolled back after generating the response. Generally they are used to preview the effects of an attribute change. The attributes specified in this parameter are always set in the resource instance in question. When a child resource collection is requested and the parameter is set, the attributes will be set in the parent resource instance before generating the resource collection payload. The value of this query parameter is a set of dependency attributes. Example: dependency=ProductId=2

    Format: <attr1>=<val1>,<attr2>=<value2>
  • When this parameter is provided, the specified children are included in the resource payload (instead of just a link). The value of this query parameter is "all" or "". More than one child can be specified using comma as a separator. Example: ?expand=Employees,Localizations. Nested children can also be provided following the format "Child.NestedChild" (Example: ?expand=Employees.Managers). If a nested child is provided (Example: Employees.Managers), the missing children will be processed implicitly. For example, "?expand=Employees.Managers" is the same as "?expand=Employees,Employees.Managers" (which will expand Employees and Managers).
  • This parameter filters the resource attributes. Only the specified attributes are returned, which means that if no attributes are specified, no attributes are returned (useful to get only the links). If an indirect child resource is provided (Example: Employees.Managers), the missing children will be processed implicitly. For example, "?fields=Employees.Managers:Empname" is the same as "?fields=;Employees:;Employees.Managers:Empname" (which will only return the "Empname" field for Managers). the value of this query parameter is a list of resource attributes. The attribute can be a direct (Example: Employees) or indirect (Example: Employees.Managers) child. It cannot be combined with expand query parameter. If both are provided, only fields will be considered.

    Format: ?fields=Attribute1,Attribute2

    Format for fields in child resource: ?fields=Accessor1:Attribute1,Attribute2
  • The resource item payload will be filtered in order to contain only data (no links section, for example).
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Supported Media Types

Default Response

The following table describes the default response for this task.
Body ()
Root Schema : publicSectorInspectionResultCodes-item
Type: object
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  • Maximum Length: 15
    The identifier for an assessment code. The assessment defines the possible outcome of an inspection.
  • Maximum Length: 15
    The identifier for the assessment type. The assessment type definition consists of a list of inspection assessments and their corresponding results.
  • Maximum Length: 100
    The description or name of the assessment type, which is defined by the agency. For example, an agency might use the assessment type ID PASSFAIL and description of Pass-Fail Assessment Type, which is defined using pass and fail assessment codes to identify the possible inspection outcomes.
  • Maximum Length: 255
    The identifier for a type of inspection.
  • Items
  • Maximum Length: 20
    The result code that is associated with an assessment code. The result code is used to determine whether an inspection receives the full score or not. The result codes Pass and Corrected receive the full score, and the result codes Fail and Other receive a score of zero.
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