LastLocation

  • This method contains the Last Known Location of the vehicle with Date & Time
  • Returns one piece of information:
    • Last Known Vehicle Location with the Location, Date & Time

Use Case

  • Use to query latest Vehicle Location with Location, Date, Time

Use an HTTP GET request to obtain your vehicle's Last Location:

[GET] https://secure.trackyourtruck.com/WebApi/api/v2.0/LastLocation/{Vehicle_ID}

Request Header

The request header should contain the API Token obtained from the authentication process. Get Access Token.

Header Name Description
Authorization API Token obtained from the 1st step's authentication process.

URL Parameter

If you want to receive the Last Known Vehicle Location for a specific vehicle, the URL should contain the VehicleID parameter below.

Parameter Name Description
Vehicle ID (Optional) To get the Last Location of a specific vehicle.

Create LastLocation Object

Below is the LastLocation request API examples:


var client = new HttpClient();
client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Add("Authorization","Bearer YOUR_API_TOKEN")
var response = await client.GetAsync("https://secure.trackyourtruck.com/WebApi/api/v2.0/LastLocation");
var responseString = await response.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();
//responseString will contain the response in JSON format
$.ajax({
    beforeSend: function(xhrObj){
            xhrObj.setRequestHeader("Authorization","Bearer YOUR_API_TOKEN");
    },
    type: "GET",
    url: "https://secure.trackyourtruck.com/WebApi/api/v2.0/LastLocation",
    dataType: "json",
    success: function(data){
                    //data object will contain the result as a JSON object
    }
});

Sample LastLocation Object

$.ajax({
    beforeSend: function(xhrObj){
        xhrObj.setRequestHeader("Authorization","Bearer YOUR_API_TOKEN");
    },
    type: "GET",
    url: "https://secure.trackyourtruck.com/WebApi/api/v2.0/LastLocation",
    dataType: "json",
    success: function(data){
        //data object will contain the result as a JSON object
    }
});

A successful request will return the following JSON result:


    {
    "StatusCode": "200",
    "Message": "OK",
    "Data":[
        {
            "VehicleId": 5835,
            "VehicleName": "24/7--CalAmp-RACO-SIM-641",
            "TimeZone": "CST",
            "Lat": 41.49297,
            "Lon": -87.92036,
            "MoveTime": "03/14/2016 10:52:51",
            "Address1": "Address Not Resolved",
            "City": "",
            "State": "",
            "Zip": ""
        },
        {
            "VehicleId": 7920,
            "VehicleName": "Samar-3843-T",
            "TimeZone": "CST",
            "Lat": 41.89565,
            "Lon": -87.80007,
            "MoveTime": "07/22/2018 14:31:34",
            "Address1": "Address Not Resolved",
            "City": "",
            "State": "",
            "Zip": ""
        },
        {
            "VehicleId": 8601,
            "VehicleName": ".129--24/7-1x-KORE-CDMA--129DELPHIlistener",
            "TimeZone": "CST",
            "Lat": 37.35865,
            "Lon": -79.23948,
            "MoveTime": "07/23/2018 07:06:58",
            "Address1": "Address Not Resolved",
            "City": "",
            "State": "",
            "Zip": ""
            
        },
        .............
        .............
        .............
        ]
    }

Test

Test the LastLocation using your AccessToken by entering it below:

Clicking the test button will send a request to the TYT API and display the result below.