A Base64 encoded string of the job order file bytes. This should use the standard 'base64' encoding as defined in RFC 4648 Section 4 (not the 'base64url' variant). .NET users can use the
Mandatorydate, in YYYY-MM-DD format, representing the "current" or "as of" date used during parsing. This is useful when parsing older documents. Read more about this here.
When true, the original file is converted to HTML and stored in the Html property.
When true, the original file is converted to RTF and stored in the Rtf property.
When true, the original file is converted to PDF and stored in the Pdf property as a byte array.
Options that influence parser behavior.
A 2-letter ISO 3166 code (or comma-delimited list of such codes) indicating the country to be assumed in cases where the location cannot be automatically detected. If multiple codes are specified, the first one is given the highest priority.
An ISO 639-1 two letter language code indicating the language to be assumed in cases where the language cannot be automatically detected.
Optionally specify a known type to enable special processing. Possible values include:
Recruiting terms in skills and job titles are ignored by default, because these terms often appear in job orders that are unrelated to recruiting. If this job order is for a recruiting or human resources position, then set this to true.
The parser defaults to extracting data from only the text that precedes the place in job orders where they transition from describing the job itself to describing the company, hiring policies, background checks, benefits, etc. This division of text normally works well, but in some job orders it can occur in the wrong place. Set this to true to allow the parser to extract data from all of the text.
The parser defaults to returning full job titles. Setting this option to true will shorten job titles by excluding trailing phrases that do not include job words, so that "Vice President" would be returned instead of "Vice President, Information Systems".
Unavailable except in special cases. Please reach out to email@example.com.String of your custom skills list names and the Sovren "builtin" skills list. If no list is provided the Sovren builtin skills list will be used. The parser automatically detects language and looks for a corresponding skills list in that language, if no match is found this list is ignored.
Will be used in a future release.