The data integrity capabilities of the data administration module are available through the web API. This section describes how to run the data integrity process as well as retrieving the result. The details of the analysis performed are described in the user manual.
The operation of measuring data integrity is a fairly resource (and time) demanding task. It is therefore run as an asynchronous process and only when explicitly requested. Starting the task is done by forming an empty POST request to the dataIntegrity endpoint like so (demonstrated in curl syntax):
curl -X POST https://dhis.domain/api/26/dataIntegrity
If successful the request will return HTTP 202 immediately. The location header of the response points to the resource used to check the status of the request. Forming a GET request to the given location yields an empty JSON response if the task has not yet completed and a JSON taskSummary object when the task is done. Polling (conservatively) to this resource can hence be used to wait for the task to finish.
Once data integrity is finished running the result can be fetched from the system/taskSummaries resource like so:
curl -X GET https://dhis.domain/api/26/system/taskSummaries/DATAINTEGRITY
The returned object contains a summary for each point of analysis, listing the names of the relevant integrity violations. As stated in the leading paragraph for this section the details of the analysis (and the resulting data) can be found in the user manual chapter on Data Administration.