I have tried to resolve using Postman and get same issue. For the POST I am using a URL of (I x'd out some of the real id):
With that URL I am posting a Body in raw JSON. And in the header a Bearer Token. I know am passing an up to date token. because I did a GET and was able to retrieve the contact using the same URL (above) and it gave me the information I expected. I have tried using both Basic Auth and Bearer token. I would assume it is a Bearer Token.
I cannot figure out what I am missing here. I have tested the JSON I am trying to pass in the developer form, it works as expected - besides this error is saying it cannot find the resource. The only thing that seems to be at issue is that I am doing a POST rather than a GET, but that is what the documentation says, and also I have to push a BODY with this so can't really use a GET. Any ideas??? I am stumped, this should work.
Postman shows the following as the result - essentially a 404
Thank you for reaching out to Constant Contact API Developer Support. My team is here to assist outside software developers with questions about building into Constant Contact's API.
The reason you are getting a 404 response on the update a contact request is because this should be a PUT request for updating an existing contact, rather than a POST request which would typically be used for creating a new contact. Below I am including a link to the reference documentation for this particular request:
Please have a look and let us know if you have any other questions!
Hi John, thanks. I did figure it out a little while after the post I made. I guess I should not be developing after midnight, I know I read that stuff at least 10 times but it did not process that it was a PUT not a POST for some reason. Once I realized it, I tried in Postman and it worked, so I changed my Java code and it worked. I think it was the error that wasn't really helping me realize the issue - though I do realize why the error I got is the one the API sends, it was just not dawning on me.
Sorry to have bothered with such a simple one.
I'm glad to hear that the update a contact request is working for you now.
Feel free to reach out with any additional questions!