As we continue to develop our products, there are a number of features that are only available with API 3.0 which is our latest and default API version.
The table below provides a short description of each feature. If you have any questions regarding any of the features or upgrading to 3.0 then please reach out to your Engagement Lead or your Consortia Lead.
|Ability to read and write all affiliation types (membership, service, invited positions, distinctions, and qualifications are not available with previous versions of the API)|
|Ability to read and write Research Resources.|
|Ability to read and write work identifiers with relationship type ‘Funded By’. This is used to link Grant or Proposal IDs to work metadata.|
|Ability to read and write work identifiers with relationship type ‘Version of’. This is used to link other versions of the work together. An example use case would be linking the preprint and the published article.|
|Ability to read and write CRediT roles within works metadata.|
|Ability to read the additional source fields common:assertion-origin-client-id and common:assertion-origin-name for affiliations added by the ORCID member portal and works added by search and link wizards.|
|Ability to read and write works with work type of:|
|Ability to read and write external IDs for affiliations.|
|Organization IDs are mandatory for adding affiliations and funding to ORCID records.|
|Normalizing Identifiers – We introduced a new system-generated field, which expresses external identifiers (DOIs, PMCID, PMID, ArXiv, Bibcode, ISSNs, and ISBNs) in a normalized format for the purposes of matching and grouping. Normalization is done based on the rules of the identifier type, and may include setting all alpha characters to lowercase, or transforming spaces, dashes, periods and other characters that can be treated as equivalent. It also adds standard prefixes and suffixes as appropriate. For example, https://doi.org/10.1/123, 10.1/123, and https://dx.doi.org/10.1/123 will all appear in this field as https://doi.org/10.1/123. The existing identifier value is unmodified.|
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