This document is an excerpt from the EUR-Lex website
How to register for a webservice:
Information to put in the form
|Used data||Data you want to get from the webservice, for further use.|
|Final use of data||What you intend to do with the data|
|Calling application||Name of the application you intend to use to query EUR-Lex|
|Days of use||Day of the week when you will use the webservice. One check box per day.|
|Call frequency||Number of calls per day|
|Username||Your user name (prefilled - in "read-only" mode).|
|First name||Your first name|
|Last name||Your last name|
|Phone number||Your phone number|
|Email address||Your email address|
|Name||Name of your organisation|
|Address||Address of your organisation|
|Postcode (ZIP code)||Postcode (ZIP code) of your organisation|
|Country||Country where your organisation is located|
|Phone number||Phone number of your organisation|
You can use your webservice as soon as we send you the email granting you access:
If you are approved to use the webservice, you can get a special XML template to use for every query you make:
The maximum daily number of calls to the webservice is limited. To change these limits, go to the webservices page and click the link to change the limits.
We will inform you by email about your new limits (if any).
To unsubscribe from webservices, go to the webservices page and click the link to unsubscribe.
Give your reasons for doing so, and then click Unsubscribe.
Your webservice access will be revoked and your password deactivated.
Some technical information about webservices (in English only)