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Transact XML XML

Transact XML XML Response Document After an XML submission, the Silverpop server returns an XML Response Document. The response is an assurance of Silverpop receipt and of sending to the contact, or it reports a non-delivery and the reason. The response is sent either as a string returned from the HTTP request, or delivered to the status directory of the submitter’s FTP site if the submission is sent using FTP. Note: The Delivery confirmation option (contact receipt acknowledgement) of the email is set in the Engage interface and is sent to the email address specified in administrative settings. The response will identify the group of automated messages, transaction, number of contacts, error, status, and contact information. Go to the Error Codes in XML Response Documents link on this topic page for an explanation of error codes. 78 1-866-SILVPOP (745-8767) © 2012 Silverpop Systems Inc. All rights reserved.

Transact XML XML Response Element Definitions General Submission Response and Error Elements For information on Derived Data types, see: W3C XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes Second Edition. Element: XTMAILING_RESPONSE Usage: Required Sequence: Top-level Description: Top-level element encapsulating the XML document that provides the response information for the generated and sent emails. Element type: Complex Datatype: N/A Default Value: N/A Limit: N/A Values: None Occurrence indicators None Attributes None Note: N/A Example: Elements Element: CAMPAIGN_ID Usage: Required Sequence: after XTMAILING_RESPONSE Description: Transact uses the Campaign ID to map the content to the Group of Automated Messages. Element type: Complex Datatype: string Default Value: N/A Limit: 255 characters Values: Number of the Group used for the mailing, which must be a valid ID number assigned to the user. Occurrence indicators None minOccurs="1" Attributes Values: 1 = at least one of them is required. Note: None Example: 300401 79 1-866-SILVPOP (745-8767) © 2012 Silverpop Systems Inc. All rights reserved.