XML Integration


Standard Transactional Pricing

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XML Website


A widely used semi-structured format for data using tags and text to define data and structure. Accepts JSON, XML, HTML, or text responses.

Appended Fields

ActiveProspect will append the following data to your lead.

Appended FieldDescription
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'

Custom Input Variables

The following are configuration options (typically not collected with lead data).

UrlServer URL
MethodHTTP method (POST, PUT)
Xml Path XML path in dot notation
Xml ParameterTo "stuff" the XML into a parameter and send as Form URL encoded, specify the parameter name
Extra Parameter Extra parameters to include in URL, only used when XML Parameter is set
Outcome Search TermThe 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 PathNarrow the search scope using dot-notation path (for JSON responses), XPath (for XML responses), or CSS selector (for HTML responses)
Outcome On MatchThe outcome when the search term is found - "success" or "failure" (default: success)
Reason PathThe 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
Default ReasonFailure reason when no reason can be found per the optional Reason Path setting
Header HTTP header to send in the request
Send AsciiSet 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 OverrideOverride response's Content-Type header with custom value.
Cookie Search TermThe text to search for to identify an HTTP cookie. Usually the cookie 'name' is sufficient; regular expressions are allowed
Timeout SecondsProduce an "error" outcome if the server fails to respond within this number of seconds (default: 360)