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Statement Search

The /layar/statement/search endpoint allows you to search for and parse data at the statement level. In this guide, we will go over some of the values you can use to filter your statement search using the

Setting Up

Make sure you have already followed the instructions for importing dependencies and authentication from the Getting Started Guide. You can use your token variable to authenticate your requests.

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Check Your Imported Modules

Make sure you have imported the requests and json module before proceeding with this guide.

Configuring Your Header

We will be using the same header that we used in the previous section Document Search Pre-Reqs.

header = {'Accept': 'application/json',
          'Content-Type': 'application/json',
          'Authorization': f"Bearer {token}",
          'X-Vyasa-Client': 'layar',
          'X-Vyasa-Data-Providers' : 'sandbox.certara.ai'}

Searching for Statements

As with document search there is going to be values, we can forward in the body of the request. There are various values you can use. These values can be found at https://YOUR_LAYAR_ENVIRONMENT/layar/swagger-ui.html.

Search By Query String

The most generic search would require the q value to determine what you are looking for in the statement.

body = {
  			'q' :'QUERY TEXT HERE'
       }

Search By Document ID

You can then filter this even further by focusing on specific set of documents using the documentIds value.

body = {
  			'q' :'QUERY TEXT HERE',
  			'documentIds' : ['docId1' , 'docId2'
                        ]
       }

Perform the Search

As with all API calls in Python we will be using requests to do a POST. Our header authenticating and dictating which data providers we want to look at. While the body holds the query and relevant filters.

stateSearchUri = f'{envUrl}/layar/statement/search'

response = requests.post(stateSearchUri,
                         headers = header,
                         json = body
                        )
pprint(response) #optional

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Pro Tip

You will notice that all these searches share similar values that need to be part of the body. This allows you to easily swap bodies between different endpoints.