Get the service request ID (number) from a temporary token. Once a service request has been processed by the City (this can take an undetermined amount of time), you should be able to call the GET Service Request ID from a Token or call GET Service Request using a token to get back the service request ID. Therefore, it is necessary to poll the GET Service Request ID from a Token or GET Service Request method until a service request ID (number) is returned.
Service Request ID from a Token
Requires API Key?
This is optional on Austin's Open311 endpoint.
This is obtained from the POST Service Request method.
The unique ID for the service request created. This can be used to call the GET Service Request method.