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Accessing jobpostings using JppRequest and WsTaxonomy

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Project Description

The assignment is for one of our clients.

We need to access information from a TaxonomyService. [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view] We have an account and will be able to give freelancer all access codes.

Information is job postings from Swedish Employment Service. They have their example xml files on [url removed, login to view] (Note: In Swedish).

The mission is to first create a file with all of Occupation Groups and Names. It will not be updated. Then we want to have a script that we can run one once a week or more often, which creates an xml file with all the job listings. The file must have a structure that makes it possible to use it to import the data into a mySQL database. The actual import is outside the mission.

Freelance device must have good and proven knowledge of XML, web services, SOAP. We enclose documentation that we have from the Employment Service and if you are right frilasare for the job then it should be enough for you. If you need database structure of our database, you can get it later.

We will pay after completion of the mission and the files can be placed on an external server first. We want to run the tests. When everything is ready, we want all the source code, and we release the payment.

We prefer bids from experienced programmers who can offer us a rapid progress.

If you've read this far: include the word "Webservice" in your bid so that we know you have read the entire description. If you do not have it, we will automatically reject your bid.

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