AlisQI API overview

You want quality to be an integral part of your operation. Quality management should be omnipresent in every inch of your processes. To make it as efficient as possible, it needs to be integrated into your digital business processes as well. AlisQI is a modern, cloud-based Quality Management System that is designed to fit into a bigger IT infrastructure.

AlisQI provides an Application Programming Interface (API) to both READ and WRITE all data in the system. This covers all master data as well as transactional (laboratory or quality) data.

It is important to note that the AlisQI data model is largely user defined. During the onboarding, users mimic their operation by creating their own data model. Every table and field in this data model is accessible thru the API. However, as there is no generic structure this documentation can only discuss the general principles. Detailed documentation for a specific installation is available in the app.

This article tells you all about integrating your QMS with external systems or devices using the API.

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The API sends JSON over HTTPS.

The actual data structure depends on the definition of the analysis-set involved. See the in-app documentation below for more details for your specific analysis sets.


The AlisQI API offers several endpoints. Currently, these are:

  • getResults
    Retrieving data from AlisQI, either master or transactional data
  • storeResults
    Sending data to AlisQI, either master or transactional data
  • getSpecificationVersion
    Retrieving specification data from AlisQI, only applies to transactional data
  • storeSpecificationVersion
    Sending specification data to AlisQI, only applies to transactional data
  • getSetDefinition
    Retrieving metadata on the analysis-set, this is available for all sets in the data model, either both master or transactional data

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Since all API endpoints deal with user-defined analysis-sets in AlisQI, there is no generic API documentation.

Each endpoint has a few generic parameters. The payload of the API calls however fully depends on the user-defined structure of the analysis-set involved.

Full documentation is available for every analysis-set and selection list within the application. This documentation can be opened from the Results overview:

More » API documentation

AlisQI works with UTC for all date(time) fields. This applies to all date fields. Provide dates in UTC, they will be converted to the user timezone in the AlisQI user interface.


All API calls are subject to authentication. In order to invoke the AlisQI API endpoints, developers need to create an authentication token.

The API supports the Bearer authentication specification. See our GitHub repo for example code.

Authentication tokens

Each token is connected to a single user. The READ/WRITE permission this user has for analysis-sets (via its user group), also applies to the API invocations. More information on the user and permission management in AlisQI.

API authentication tokens can be managed from the User management screen or from the API documentation.

More » Manage authentication tokens

To create a new token, select a user account and click save. When you access the API using this token, you can perform any actions that the selected user has permission for. For example, if you select a user who only has read access to a particular analysis-set, you will not be able to use the storeResults operation using that token.

Note that tokens are not synchronized between AlisQI installations. For example, if you have a test or validation installation, you will need to create fresh tokens to access the API.

You can also specify an IP address whitelist for each token for added security.

It is possible to add multiple tokens for a single user account if desired.

We strongly advise creating a separate user account per integration and to deactivate this user. This way, the account can only be used for API invocations.


The API uses the standard permission management system to validate requests.

Since an authentication token is linked to a user, each API call is validated against the permission this user has granted to its user group.

Only analysis-set permissions are relevant in the context of the API.

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