API - Interface for developers

eTermin's REST API let's developers quickly build applications which enable access to the data in your eTermin account via HTTP and XML. This allows you to integrate online and desktop applications (3rd party systems) seamlessly into your eTermin account. Almost every object in eTermin (whether it is a contact, appointment, etc.) can be manipulated using the API.

REST Basics

When you make a request to the eTermin's REST API you need to address each ressource by a unique URI. The operations which can be done with the resources can be defined using the HTTP verbs. Our API uses all four REST commands - GET, POST, PUT, DELETE.

  • GET: read resources

  • POST: create resources

  • PUT: edit resources

  • DELETE: delete resources


The standard API URL to be used is "https://www.etermin.net/api/{resource}"

In every request you must carry with it an API key (you find this key in the account settings), a signature and a randomly generated salt string. To generate the signature:

  • Generate a random string to get a new salt

  • Generate the signature by hashing the salt using SHA256 with the secret key as the key

  • base64 encode the signature

  • URL encode the output

Below you can find an example request written in C# that creates a new contact.

      var apiKey = "85B0C3C5-BE9B-4684-9DF7-FF3ADB7D35F1";
      var secretKey = "your-secret-key-never-share-it";

      // Generate a new globally unique identifier for the salt
      var salt = System.Guid.NewGuid().ToString();

      // Initialize the keyed hash object using the secret key as the key
      HMACSHA256 hashObject = new HMACSHA256(Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(secretKey));

      // Computes the signature by hashing the salt with the secret key as the key
      var signature = hashObject.ComputeHash(Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(salt));

      // Base 64 Encode
      string encodedSignature = Convert.ToBase64String(signature);

      // URLEncode
      encodedSignature = System.Web.HttpUtility.UrlEncode(encodedSignature);

      using (WebClient client = new WebClient())
        client.Headers.Add("publickey", apiKey);
        client.Headers.Add("salt", salt);
        client.Headers.Add("signature", encodedSignature);

        byte[] response = client.UploadValues("https://www.etermin.net/api/contact", "POST", new NameValueCollection()
          { "email", "email@example.com" },
          { "firstname", "Peter" },
          { "lastname", "Example" }

        string result = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8.GetString(response);


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