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Returns a list of context records belonging to a bank.


GET /bank/<bank_id>/contexts HTTP/1.1
Host: assess.itemlogic.com

Search Fields

You may optionally filter your context listing against certain properties. Each property needs to be an array of values.

Name Description Type

Context ID. uuid 
id_vendor Vendor-assigned Context ID. string 
title Search Context title. string
body Search Context body. string
text Search Context full text. This currently includes the context's title and body properties. string
stat_lexile Context's Lexile score.
Note: Do not add L at the end of the string.
stat_flesch_kincaid Context's Flesch-Kincaid score. number
stat_count_word Context's word count. number

Search Modifiers

Name Description Type

Number of results to return. integer 
op Search operator to use ("and" or "or"). "and" produced exclusive results, "or" produces inclusive results. Defaults to "and". string 
page The page number of results to return. integer 
bare Just return the context IDs. boolean 

Searching By Number Ranges

Each number input type can be queried by a singular value (ex: 1000), or by range of values. For example:

  • Use "[100 TO 500]" to search for numbers between 100 and 500 inclusively.
  • Use "{100 TO 500}" to search for numbers between 100 and 500 exclusively.
  • You may use the brace or bracket on either side. Both sides do not need to match (ex: "[100 TO 500}").

Searching Context Body

When using body to query context, you'll be provided with snippets of text, contained in the highlights field of the returned payload, belonging to the passage that matches the text provided in the query:

  "page": 1,
  "page_count": 1,
  "result_count": 1,
  "results": [
      "id": "57",
      "id_vendor": "123456",
      "bank": "1",
      "client": "1",
      "title": "Oliver's Change",
      "items": {
        "id": "58193096-824c-4cae-894f-361bc0a363c9",
        "id_vendor": "789012",
        "id_local": "13742",
        "title": "Which statement accurately describes Stacy's main influence on Oliver?"
      "stat_lexile": 1100,
      "stat_count_word": 601,
      "stat_flesch_kincaid": 9
  "facets": null,
  "highlights": {
    "57": {
      "body": [
        "<em>Oliver</em> was a seemingly healthy teenager before he met Stacy.  Often, people commented that <em>Oliver</em> was the very picture of radiant health...most of the time."

Each key in the highlights field corresponds to the context ID. Inside that field will be a field marked body, which contains an array of string fragments from the context that match your query. There may be more than one fragments.

Important: Since this data is returned in JSON, some string fragments themselves may contain double quotes that need to be escaped in order to be included in the payload. You are responsible for unescaping any content returned in these fragments.

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