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Adding multiple contacts in the contact List

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CTCT Employee

Re: Adding multiple contacts in the contact List

Hi,

 

Yes, you should have an email that I sent to you yesterday about this.  Let me know if you can't find it; I can try to look it up.

 

 

Best Regards,

Shannon W.

API Support Specialist

Occasional Advisor

Re: Adding multiple contacts in the contact List

Hi shannon, I got your email.

On which email id i forward my username or config.php.

If it's ok if i alter apikey and secret from the file.

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CTCT Employee

Re: Adding multiple contacts in the contact List

Hi,

 

I just received your email and responded to it.  You don't need to post here unless you want to; I will address this with you via email since it involves your account particulars for OAuth 1.

 

Anyone else who is following along on this chain,  the HMAC-SHA1 error usually indicates a problem with OAuth 1, but integrations using OAuth 1 will only be supported for a limited time going forward.

 

 

Best Regards,

Shannon W.

API Support Specialist

Occasional Advisor

Re: Adding multiple contacts in the contact List

Hi, It's wonderful add bulk contacts is working with oauth 2. now my code is working fine.

 

But m confused then why you are providing three different wrapper files. It's so confusing while development.

CTCT Employee

Re: Adding multiple contacts in the contact List

Hey,

 

I'm glad OAuth 2 is working out for you! We are always looking for feedback on the organization of our wrappers.  You are most likely referring to the organization being collections.php, components.php, and constantcontact.php (plus an authentication file), right?

 

I was done with good intentions, the reasoning being that collections contains classes and functions, components contains the basic building blocks like XML handling and variable declarations, and the contactcontact file contains all of the public methods available to you as a developer.  All you really need to look at is the constantcontact file, but it does require the other files to work.  I can understand how that could be confusing though.

 

Do you think it would be better if we just gave constantcontact.php and ONE other file with building blocks to include?  It does seem best to have a file that isn't touched and then one that you can modify to suit your needs, but we are open to suggestions!

 

 

Best Regards,

Shannon W.

API Support Specialist