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Does Adobe Campaign Standard having bulk API?

nandhakumarp326
Level 3
Level 3

Hi There

 

Does Adobe Campaign Standard having bulk API?

 

Referred this document and found "Create bulk via REST API"

But this page is not having enough information on bulk REST API, 

"https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/campaign-standard/using/profiles-and-audiences/managing-prof...

 

Can someone help here to implement bulk REST API?

 

Thanks

Nandha

API BULK REST API
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SatheeskannaK
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi @nandhakumarp326,

 

I haven't seen anything bulk REST api exists for ACS as of today to create/update/delete profiles. if you're really trying to perform any bulk load then you can try with file load using workflow as option to consider.

 

Thanks, Sathees

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SatheeskannaK
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi @nandhakumarp326,

 

I haven't seen anything bulk REST api exists for ACS as of today to create/update/delete profiles. if you're really trying to perform any bulk load then you can try with file load using workflow as option to consider.

 

Thanks, Sathees

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sumitp11734535
Level 2
Level 2

Hi Nanda, Yes we can import bulk records in our default schema 0r cus schema through API though it's not recommended to insert bulk records. The process you just need to generate an access token. then pass with JW format. steps

 

1) CreateAPI project in adobe IO

2) Generate JWT token

3)Generate Access token in POSTMAN with adobe exchange url

4)define your client id , secret id, and private key.

5)use end url for post /get 

Thanks,

Sumit

craigthonis
Employee
Employee

Hello Nandha,

 

Sathees is correct, the recommended way to bulk load is to do so from a file. 

 

Regards,

Craig