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CCW Quote API - not filtered by CCO_ID

Dear Sir or Madam,

 

I'm working on a native desktop application which basically gets every Quote (+ all the products connected to it) a user has created or has access to.

 

The responses i get from Quote API looks like this:

 

                <p:Quote>
                    <p:QuoteHeader>
                        <p:DocumentID>
                            <p:ID>XXXXXX</p:ID>
                        </p:DocumentID>
                        <p:LastModificationDateTime>XXXXXX</p:LastModificationDateTime>
                        <p:DocumentDateTime>XXXXXX</p:DocumentDateTime>
                        <p:Description type="ShareAccessKey">XXXXXX</p:Description>
                        <p:Status>
                            <p:Code listName="QuoteStatus" listAgencyName="Cisco">Approval In Progress</p:Code>
                        </p:Status>
                        <p:Party role="End Customer">
                            <p:Name>XXXXXX</p:Name>
                            <p:Location>
                                <p:Address>
                                    <p:AddressLine sequence="1">XXXXXX</p:AddressLine>
                                    <p:CityName>XXXXXX</p:CityName>
                                    <p:CountrySubDivisionCode>XXXXXX</p:CountrySubDivisionCode>
                                    <p:CountryCode>XXXXXX</p:CountryCode>
                                    <p:PostalCode>XXXXXX</p:PostalCode>
                                </p:Address>
                            </p:Location>
                        </p:Party>
                        <p:QualificationTerm>
                            <p:ID schemeAgencyName="Cisco">XXXXXX</p:ID>
                        </p:QualificationTerm>
                        <p:UserArea>
                            <cisco:CiscoExtensions>
                                <cisco:CiscoHeader>
                                    <cisco:PriceList>
                                        <oa:Description>Global Price List - EMEA</oa:Description>
                                    </cisco:PriceList>
                                    <cisco:ConfigurationMessages>
                                        <oa:ID>XXXXXX</oa:ID>
                                        <oa:Description>SUCCESS</oa:Description>
                                        <oa:Reason/>
                                    </cisco:ConfigurationMessages>
                                </cisco:CiscoHeader>
                            </cisco:CiscoExtensions>
                        </p:UserArea>
                        <p:Extension>
                            <p:Amount typeCode="DealConsumption">XXXXXX</p:Amount>
                            <p:Amount typeCode="DealTotal">XXXXXX</p:Amount>
                            <p:Text typeCode="DealType">XXXXXX</p:Text>
                            <p:Text typeCode="IntendedUse">XXXXXX</p:Text>
                        </p:Extension>
                    </p:QuoteHeader>
                </p:Quote>

2 questions/problems have arisen while trying to process this data:

 

First of all, I'm getting a set of about ~100 quotes from this response.

The User who requested the access Token to call the API has access to exactly one quote. I can't see all these quotes in the CCW tool. The documentation says very clearly that this shouldn't happen. 

 

QuotesAPIDoku.PNG

 

So how can i really only get the Quotes my user has access to? I can't filter the data afterwards because the response is unpersonalized.

 

After i've successfully done that, i'd need to get every product (+ price, quantity, etc.) contained in these quotes. Would i use another API for that?
Apparently "Aquire Quote" in the same API does something like this but i'm very unsure if this is exactly what i want.

 

Thank you very much in advance. I hope you have a nice day!  

 

Best Regards,

Andreas

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