Travel Request v4 - Getting Started
Concur Request automates the spend request and approval process for both travel and everyday expenses, giving you the data you need to accurately track and better control spending. By increasing visibility into planned expenses and up-to-date budget data, you can make strategic spending decisions before any spending actually occurs. The Request API provides many possibilities, particularly Requests creation and transition into the approval workflow.
Version 4.0 of Request API works only with the new Authentication API.
The Request v4 API exposes five different resources:
|Request||You can read, create, update or delete a Request and get the list of existing Requests.|
|Workflow||You can perform action in the approval workflow of a Request (submit, approve, cancel…)|
|Expected Expense||You can read, create, update or delete an expected expense, and get the list of expected Expenses for a specific Request.|
|Request Policy||You can get the list of existing Request policies.|
|Travel Agency||You can get the description of a Travel Agency office.|
|Agency Proposals||Ability for Travel Agencies to interact with Concur Request to submit travel itineraries directly into a request.|
These resources are used to manage documents used for pre-spend authorizations within Concur Request.
Access to this documentation does not provide access to the API.
Products and Editions
- Concur Request Professional Edition
- Concur Request Standard Edition
||Read and write Requests||GET, POST, PUT, DELETE|
||Approve and send back a Request in the workflow at an external system step||POST|
SAP Concur clients must purchase Concur Request in order to use this API. This API may require for some use cases to consume the following additional SAP Concur APIs:
- User profile, to retrieve the
userId- required in most of the endpoints when accessed via a Company Token.
- [List], to retrieve the
listItemId- required in the management of custom fields related to list items.
Access Token Usage
This API supports both company level and user level access tokens.
Company Access Token
userIdparameter is required to provide the user identity of who made the API call.
- Does not have an associated role.
User Access Token
userIdparameter is not required.
- Requires the Web Service Admin role to call the API.