[API-users] GBIF Occurrence Detail URLs
mblissett at gbif.org
Wed Dec 13 15:52:29 CET 2017
There is indeed a hidden "redirect on single result" parameter. You can
use it like this:
We are thinking of improving the API so users know what the GBIF ID
would be (i.e. a combination of datasetKey and occurrenceId), but if
that happens it will be next year some time.
On 12/12/17 16:14, Bornhorst, Keith wrote:
> Hello all,
> My question concerns both the API and the GBIF website…
> GBIF is aware of and ingests all of my specimen/occurrence data via a
> Darwin Core archive on our IPT instance. The information flow is
> one-way, however, so I don’t know GBIF’s internal, unique identifier
> (e.g. gbifID = 1503266467) which I need to know if I want to create a
> direct link to the occurrence page (e.g.
> Using the API, I can obtain the gbifID via an API query such as
> (the UUID we’re currently using, soon to be replaced with a GUID) and
> I could batch process all of my occurrence records and store these ids
> (or do a real-time API lookup and redirect users).
> And using the Advanced Search I can link to
> and get the single record in the search result.
> I’m curious to know if the GBIF website has any hidden (to me)
> auto-redirect capabilities that will send users to the matching
> occurrence page? Possibly a “redirectOnSingleResult=true” query string
> value that performs a redirect?
> *Keith Bornhorst* (bornhorst at usf.edu <mailto:bornhorst at usf.edu>)
> Web Development Team Leader, USF Water Institute
> School of Geosciences
> University of South Florida
> 4202 East Fowler Ave, CHE 304, Tampa, FL 33620
> Phone: (813) 974-7406
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