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27-01-2020

HI,

Adobe has implemented NetSize as sms provider withing AC. Is there a way to trigger API calls from Adobe to send SMS? if so what is the WSDL Schema for that ?

 

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28-01-2020

Hi,

 

Depending on your use case, you may want to look into licensing Message Center for transactional deliveries, which was purpose-built for low latency, high volume simple API-driven messaging.

 

You can also make a makeshift Message Center by spooling requests to a queue table and processing them from a workflow with a near-realtime (e.g. 1 min) schedule. WSDL would be ordinary CRUD to the table, i.e. xtk:session#Write. A less maintainable option is to roll a custom API endpoint via schema def + js to instantiate templates and deliver them.

 

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