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To enable as many users as possible to access our services, please note the following:
HTTP-related service (website and REST API)
Any downloads of daily/monthly XML packages from the website are counted in the HTTP-related service.
There is a restriction on the maximum number of connections:
For the FTP service, once the limit is reached, the server will refuse new connections from the IP/user. Once the connection is released, a new one will be accepted.
TED Notice Viewer API
The TED Notice Viewer API service is also meant to be on demand and not used excessively.
Recommended usage is limited to 50,000 calls to the API per month outside of the peak concurrent user timeframe (before 8.45, after 14.00 CET):
Contact form usage
Sending more than 4 requests through the TED contact form over a 1-day period means that you cannot access the full system for 10 minutes.
The new version of the TED XML schema R2.0.9.S05.E01 was implemented on 25 November 2021 instead of mid-December as planned.
This release includes an update of the Prior information notice for public service contract (form T1): section IV.1 ‘Type of procedure’.
The TED XML schemas are available on the FTP server under:
We apologise for any inconvenience.
The Conference on the Future of Europe is a citizen-led series of debates and discussions that will enable people from across Europe to share their ideas and help shape our common future.
The Conference is the first of its kind: as a major pan-European democratic exercise, it offers a new public forum for an open, inclusive, and transparent debate with citizens around a number of key priorities and challenges.
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We plan to stop our FTP server in the second half of 2023 and use https file transfer for bulk access to notices. Access will be possible via a new page on the TED website.
We are releasing this information in good time to help you prepare for this change and to avoid disruptions to our services.
Our Site news section will publish more details on this in the coming months. Stay tuned!
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