I think that using the Bullhorn term 'Requirements' confused things here. I would not focus on it too much. However for further clarification what I'm talking about, when you got to http://bullhorn.com
, click on 'Login' it brings you to an Admin - this is what my client sees. Requirements is a section that you can navigate to from the menu at the top and lists Job Orders.
All I'm trying to clarify is if there is a way to determine through the Bullhorn API what can an can not be posted on my client's website. You mention in an earlier reply:
I believe the isPublic field is related to the JobOrder's published status, aka the on-line visibility of the JobOrder. Bullhorn defines this field as a boolean with 3 values.
0 is not published.
-1 is published and submitted
1 is published and approved
'Believe' I guess being the operative word. Also that is the first time that I've seen as detailed a description of the isPublic field. I will admit I haven't read all revisions and their documentation but this is what I see.
Controls whether a job appears on the Bullhorn job board (if in use). Only 3 values allows, -1, 0, 1.
About the query, I do apologize, you were right, also I am chunking my data into blocks of 20 and running it through findMultiple and the query you suggest works as it should.