- On contract activation in award, the object contract is formed in the Contracting Module component
- For object activation in the system the owner has to use the transfer token and assign the status active.payment to the object
- The created contract contains three milestones
- Each milestone corresponds to certain contract terms and conditions
- Each milestone contains dueDate corresponding to the final date until which all the indicated terms and conditions are to be fulfilled
- In order to confirm the completion of the financing milestone conditions the Organiser is obliged to set the dateMet for identification of payment reception from the participant
- On condition that the payment was not received the Organiser has the right to set the milestone to status notMet upon which the contract will be assigned the status pending.unsuccessful
- In order to confirm the completion of the approval milestone conditions the Organiser has to upload the document (documentType:approvalProtocol) into the contract having provided the indications documentOf:milestone and relatedItem with the corresponding milestone identifier and to set the dateMet
- In order to assign the notMet status to pproval mileston it is necessary to upload the document (documentType:rejectionProtocol) upon which the contract status will be changed to pending.unsuccessful
- In order to confirm the completion of the reporting milestone conditions the Organiser has to set dateMet
- In order to assign the notMet status to rejection milestone it is necessary to upload the document (documentType:rejectionProtocol) upon which the contract status will be changed to pending.unsuccessful
- If dateMet precedes the dueDate, the milestone status should be changed to met, if not - to partiallyMet
- All the actions must be carried out by the Organiser
API accepts JSON or form-encoded content in requests. It returns JSON content in all of its responses, including errors. Only the UTF-8 character encoding is supported for both requests and responses.
All API POST and PUT requests expect a top-level object with a single element in it named data. Successful responses will mirror this format. The data element should itself be an object, containing the parameters for the request. In the case of creating a new auction, these are the fields we want to set on the auction itself.
If the request was successful, we will get a response code of 201 indicating the object was created. That response will have a data field at its top level, which will contain complete information on the new auction, including its ID.
If something went wrong during the request, we’ll get a different status code and the JSON returned will have an errors field at the top level containing a list of problems. We look at the first one and print out its message.
The project has beta status.
The source repository for this project is on GitHub: https://github.com/openprocurement/openprocurement.contracting.ceasefire
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API is relatively stable. The changes in the API are communicated via Open Procurement API maillist.