Would be great to have more API documentation and examples like udpating records, creating segments, tagging, actions, etc
Update: API functions have now been introduced into arpReach. Details are in the download area.
Thanks again for your insight!
I don't think you can actually ADD a subscriber to your list via an ACTION.
At least it is not an option I have available:
It looks like subscribers can only be added through "Posting HTTP Data".
I found this on the ARPReach Blog:
Using Contacts / Actions, you can create any number of actions and call them from within your own code.
You have created a membership site. When someone joins, you want your membership/ordering software to interact with arpReach to
- add the member to your arpreach contact list.
- tag the new contact as "member".
- send the new contact a welcome email.
- add the new contact to the "members" autoresponder sequence.
- add the new contact to the "members" contact category.
Adding the new contact is as simple as getting your code to issue an http post to a subscription form as is already described in detail (with an example) in the "Posting HTTP Data" section of the arpReach user guideavailable from the hub.
For the other 4 things you want to happen, you simply need to create 4 actions in Contacts / Actions. Then you call those 4 actions from your code using a simple URL-based call:
(The above URL is one single line)
- get the access key from Setup / System Settings / System / Integration.
- the email address is the email address of the contact to be fed into the action.
- actions is a comma-separated list of action id numbers that you want to call. The actions list in Contacts / Actions has a column containing the ID numbers that can be used here.
From that one simple call from within your software, you can make arpReach run the 4 required actions on the new contact, and it's securely protected by the access key (which you can change at any time).
This is my workaround for DAP:
This is how you get it to work with DAP: (Remember to back-up your files first)
Here it is on my Blog: Spark Blogger
It is working great for me. Both free and paid memberships.
Welcome Steve, with this workaround you don't need the api for DAP.
It works with the latest version of DAP as well.
Hope you don't mind me digging up this old thread, but in case anyone else is looking for documentation on the API, I suggest downloading the latest documentation from the arpreach hub. They seem to have added it now.