Note: This topic is for administrators and developers with administration access rights in Episerver Campaign.
The API overview provides access to specific data like URLs, IDs and authorization codes required when integrating Episerver Campaign using for example HTTP and SOAP APIs.
See also API documentation on Episerver World:
Information in the API overview
To open the APIStands for "application programming interface". The API specifies how some software components should interact with each other, such as accessing a database or computer hardware, or easing the work of programming graphical user interface components. APIs often are in the form of a library that includes specifications for routines, data structures, object classes, and variables. overview, open the start menuMain screen in Episerver Campaign, where the available options are grouped together. and select Administration > API Overview.
Here you find a link to the HTTP API user guide with more information and examples.
The ID of the client you are logged in to and a link to the SOAP API user guide.
- Standard basic URL. The default URL for the tracking of post-clicks.
- User event basic URL. The URL for the tracking of post-clicksTracking method that measures and analyzes the click path that site users follow after clicking a link in an email. that are not related to a mailing.
Overview of the recipient lists in your clientThe working environment of Episerver Campaign. A client is a stand-alone and closed system that serves to organize your mailings. Campaign users can use one or more clients for your scenario., and information required for the HTTP and SOAP APIs.
You can also manage authorization codes for recipient lists:
- Select a recipient list in the listing.
- Click Manage authorization codes.
- Click Create authorization code to add a new code for the recipient list. Or, select an authorization code in the list and click Deactivate authorization code, to deactivate it.
Target groups are available in your client, with information required for the HTTP and SOAP APIs.
Opt-in processes are available in your client, with information required for the HTTP and SOAP APIs.
Special mailings are available in your client, with information required for the SMTP API.
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