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The API documentation contains all details you need to begin working with WEBFLEET.connect, a detailed description of how to submit requests and their respective parameters.WEBFLEET.connect-en-1.21.0.pdf [6.95 MB]
This guide helps you understanding how to send jobs to WEBFLEET and how to receive job status updates.WEBFLEET.connect-Guide-JobDispatch-1.1.pdf [492 kB]
This guide helps you creating predefined routes and including them in your itinerary orders.WEBFLEET.connect-PredefinedRoutesOverTheAir-1.0.1.pdf [821 kB]
This guide helps you working with the WEBFLEET.connect message queues by explaining the core concept and providing usage hints.WEBFLEET.connect-Guide-MQ-1.0.2.pdf [159 kB]
This guide helps you understand how to work with the OptiDrive Indicator by explaining how to create a tool to analyse training needs and provide rewards.WEBFLEET.connect-DriverSafetyAndEffciency-1.0.1.pdf [499 kB]
This document helps you to build a solution using LINK.connect and refers to the integration between the TomTom LINK device and a third party Bluetooth device.LINKconnect_Reference-1.0.1.pdf [332 kB]
This Windows PC tool uses the WEBFLEET.connect API to demonstrate the use of LINK.connect. It also connects to a TomTom LINK 410/510 with LINK.connect enabled via Bluetooth. The tool helps you to test basic functionality during development of connecting third party hardware via Bluetooth. The tool is written in C#. System requirements: .NET 3.5 SP1, Microsoft Bluetooth stack when using Bluetooth functions.LINKconnectDemonstrator.zip [744 kB]
A Perl library that wraps around the API, demonstrates how to
interact with WEBFLEET.connect and provides a foundation for
other example Perl applications.
The package contains examples demonstrating how to import addresses into WEBFLEET and query for objects, replicate messages to a local database, create a KML file suitable for showing a track with Google Earth and creating a RSS feed.WEBFLEET-Connect-1.27.zip [26 kB]
Two 'Hello World' examples in Visual Basic. One uses the WinHttpRequest COM object to integrate the WEBFLEET.connect CSV interface, the other one uses the WEBFLEET.connect SOAP interface. Both demonstrate retrieving an object list and sending a simple text message.WEBFLEET.connect-VB-1.1.0.zip [76 kB]
C# sample projects used in the WEBFLEET.connect Developer Guide - Driver Safety and Efficiency.WEBFLEET.connect-DriverSafetyAndEffciency.zip [4.5 MB]
This sample project demonstrates the usage of LINK.connect on the example of a driver assignment to a vehicle using a Android™ smartphone on client side and a PHP-based server component. Please see the contained quickstart guide for further details.link.connect-example.zip [358 kB]
A light-hearted example in Delphi demonstrating how to submit requests to WEBFLEET.connect and parse results.WEBFLEET.connect-Delphi-1.2.0.zip [7.25 kB]
This tool demonstrates how to create itinerary orders in C#. System requirements: .NET 3.5 SP1 or higherItnWaypointTool.zip [277 kB]
A light-hearted example ASP page that shows how to use VBScript to issue requests to WEBFLEET.connect and write the result directly into the page.WEBFLEET.connect-ASP-1.0.0.zip [1.21 kB]
To receive access to the WEBFLEET APIs, simply follow the steps below:
If you are a customer and would like to request an API key, complete the online request form.
In the Refine search by product model drop-down menu select Integration => Select the API desired.
In the Refine search by category drop-down menu select API Request.
If you are a .connect partner, you will receive your API key during your partner application process.
To request more API keys, follow the process described above. Click here to go to the online request form.
To complete this step, follow the process described in chapter 3.2.3 of the WEBFLEET.connect API documentation. Alternatively follow the instructions in the video below.
Create new user and activate WEBFLEET.connect