Developers need to be aware of the types of applications that can meet their need for integration with ADP.
An Introduction to Mutual SSL
Mutual SSL is a security process in which both the client and the server prove their identities to establish trust. Learn more about how this process works and helps to keep your communication secure.
Introduction to Meta
This overview gives an introduction to ADP meta data and displays examples illustrating how using meta data can be advantageous.
ADP Event APIs and Event Notification Guide
Event Notifications allow your application to be aware of data change events. They can also be used to retrieve the latest data, to sync your system with ADP products and applications. When data is updated in an ADP application, ADP generates an Event Notification message. Then, the message is sent to a subscriber's message queue. To regularly check and retrieve Event Notification messages, subscribe your application to data change events.
As part of the OpenID Connect and Open Authorization (OAuth) 2.0 flows, Access Tokens are provided by ADP and used for secure calls to protect ADP Web application programming interfaces (APIs). This article outlines how Access Tokens are used as well as some limitations and security considerations.
Introduction to ADP API Open Data Protocol (OData)
Overview of ADP APIs Open Data Protocol
ADP API Terminology and Acronyms
List of ADP API Terminology and Acronyms
Introduction to ADP RESTFUL APIs
ADP application programming interfaces (APIs) are designed using an event-based pattern for resource management. This pattern separates the act of retrieving resources and modifying them into separate activities along with providing event notifications that indicate changes to a resource.