A format using human-readable text to send data objects of attribute–value pairs and arrays. Accepts JSON, XML, HTML, or text responses.
ActiveProspect will append the following data to your lead.
|The outcome of the transaction (default is success)|
|If the outcome was a failure, this is the reason|
|The full cookie header string captured via match with 'cookie_search_term'|
|The price of the lead|
Custom Input Variables
The following are configuration options (typically not collected with lead data).
|Method||HTTP method (POST, PUT, or DELETE)|
|Json Property||JSON property in dot notation|
|Json Parameter||To "stuff" the JSON into a parameter and send as Form URL encoded, specify the parameter name|
|Extra Parameter||Extra parameters to include in URL, only used when JSON Parameter is set|
|Outcome Search Term||The text to search for in the response. When found outcome will be "success". Regular expressions are allowed. Pro tip: Use Outcome on Match to use this term to search for "failure" instead of "success".|
|Outcome Search Path||Narrow the search scope using dot-notation path (for JSON responses), XPath (for XML responses), or CSS selector (for HTML responses)|
|Outcome On Match||The outcome when the search term is found - "success" or "failure" (default: success)|
|Reason Path||The dot-notation path (for JSON responses), XPath location (for XML responses), or regular expression with a single capture group, used to find the failure reason|
|Price Path||The dot-notation path (for JSON responses), XPath location (for XML responses), or regular expression with a single capture group, used to find the lead price|
|Default Reason||Failure reason when no reason can be found per the optional Reason Path setting|
|Header||HTTP header to send in the request|
|Send Ascii||Set to true to ensure lead data is sent as ASCII for legacy recipients (default: false)|
|Capture||A named regular expression with a single capture group, used to capture values from plain text responses into the named property|
|Response Content Type Override||Override response's Content-Type header with custom value.|
|Cookie Search Term||The text to search for to identify an HTTP cookie. Usually the cookie 'name' is sufficient; regular expressions are allowed|
|Timeout Seconds||Produce an "error" outcome if the server fails to respond within this number of seconds (default: 360)|