1. As a developer you would read GET parameters cx_applysource and cx_applytags from the apply URL in your own application.
  • cx_applysource - urlencoded string - max length (32). Accepts arbitrary value.
  • cx_applytags - urlencoded string - comma separated list of arbitrary tag values, e.g. jobboard.nl, paid, regionA would translate into 3 tags in Carerix User Interface.

NOTE: The parameters are not restricted by each other. Both are optional. So you can have cx_applysource and ommit cx_applytags. And vice versa.2) For cx_applytags extra step is needed. You must parse it into array by splitting it using comma ","

2) For cx_applytags extra step is needed. You must parse it into array by splitting it using comma "," 

GET /CRMatch/1234.5667/?show=applySource&show=applyTags
 
<CRMatch>
...
<applySource>Google</applySource>
 <applyTags>
<NSArray>
 <tag>jobboard.nl</tag>
 <tag>paid</tag>
 <tag>region A</tag>
</NSArray>
</applyTags>
...
</CRMatch

3) Send both parameters as CRMatch fields to Carerix using the API as described below.

PUT /CREmployee/apply
 
<CREmployee>
...
<CRMatch>
 
 <applySource>Google</applySource>
  <applyTags>
   <tag>jobboard.nl</tag>
   <tag>paid</tag>
   <tag>region A</tag>
  </applyTags>
 </CRMatch>
</CREmployee>
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