- What changes will be made in the February 2019 web services 12.0 release?
- Does Portfolio Manager Support Transport Layer Security (TLS) Version 1.0?
- What changes were made to the web services in the 11.0 release in August 2018?
- What changes were made in the February 2018 web services 10.0 release?
- What changes were made in the August 2017 web services 9.0 release?
- What changes were made in the February 2017 web services 8.0 release?
- What changes were made in the August 2016 web services 7.0 release?
- What changes were made in the February 2016 web services 6.0 release?
- What changes were made in the August 2015 web services 5.0 release?
- What changes were made in the February 2015 web services 4.0 release?
- What changes were made in the August 2014 web services 3.0 release?
- What changes were made in the February 2014 web services 2.0 release?
- How do I make sure I receive credit for the benchmarks I perform via web services on the List of Providers that Exchange Data with Portfolio Manager?
- After I apply for access to the web services LIVE environment as a data exchange provider, will my customers also need to apply for LIVE access for their individual accounts?
- Can my current Portfolio Manager data be copied into the test web services account for testing purposes?
- Can I use the same account to run web services in both the test environment and live environment?
- Can you provide the live production URL?
- Can the data in my test web services account be rolled over into my live Portfolio Manager account?
- Do the Portfolio Manager web services accept any language other than English?
- Do you have any estimated maximum time for REST responses? Do you have a suggested timeout length?
- How should I display ENERGY STAR metrics in my software?
- How do I find my web services provider from the Contacts page in Portfolio Manager?
- How do I update a customer's username and password via web services after the initial account creation process?
- How do web services work for Canadian properties?
- How do I set up a web services test account?
- How should I refer to exchanging data with Portfolio Manager on my website and in marketing material?
- I received a "default indicator" value of "N/A". What does "N/A" signify?
- In the REST API, there are only two error codes (-100 and -200) for 4xx status codes. Can you provide a list of all possible error descriptions?
- Instead of sending username/password in a REST call, can I send a username and hash/encrypted password?
- What is your plan for maintaining and upgrading Portfolio Manager and the associated application programming interface?
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