The function has been declared as deprecated for a long time now and has not disappeared yet; I am still using it in multiple projects and the above code is from a v8 instance. The decryptPassword function cannot be used in web apps, so it is not an option to switch to that method.
I know this is mi...
In addition to what Shubam mentioned: can you compare whether you're trying to access the exact same url as your colleague? You're supposed to access the Campaign instance through the load balancer url, but in some configurations you can also access different servers directly. Bottom line: if the se...
you can create the web app like this:
Then add a context variable in the properties to store the decrypted recipient id:
encryptedRecipientId = String(request.getParameter("id")...
was following up on this out of curiosity and I think I know what's happening. I have a similar setup and tested both the "Purge folder ..." process and directly deleting a recipients. I see the same behavior: using purge it doesn't delete the linked custom schema elements, but deleting t...
curl -v -F key1=value1 -F upload=@localfilename URL
with the builtin execCommand function: https://e...
Hi, this is because the enrichment is not happening automatically in the preview; it is only available through the targeting workflow. You could set up seed addresses and use those for previews. To simulate the targetData object in seed addresses:
storing and presenting date(time) fields can be tricky. I had the exact same issue and it turned out the Campaign server was set up to use a different timezone than UTC. That means the date/time values are stored in UTC.
They way they are presented can be completely different, eg. when your Cam...
I'm not sure I'm getting what you're trying to achieve. Do you want to call a remote webservice with ACC and that remote webservice requires multipart/form-data?
In Campaign you can use the HttpClientRequest class to construct your http call (including the Content-Type header as multipart/form-d...
in addition to what @Shubham_Goyal__ said, you could just use something like this:
<%= recipient.yourLinkName.@attributeOfLinkedTable %>
This would output the value of a table linked to recipient.
Best regards, Tobias