RESTful API

Edit Broadcast By File

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Overview

Create or edit a broadcast by file.

URL

Http access method: PUT

Parameters on the following URL are inside braces { }

https://www.messangi.com/messangi_mmc/rest/api/broadcastByFile/{instanceId}/{broadcastId}/{shortcode}/{userName}/{shortcodeIgnore}/{campaignName}/{date}/{publicKey}/{signature}
Parameter Name Description
instanceId An instance id is the workspace identification number, if you don't know yours please request it using our ticketing tool, you will need to provide your Mobile Engagement Campaign Manager's URL and your user login
broadcastId The broadcast ID, provide a valid one
shortcode The short/long code to use in this delivery
userName The user name that will own this broadcast. This parameter must be Base64 encoded
shortcodeIgnore A Boolean, if false the shortcode parameter will be ignored
campaignName
OPTIONAL
Optional: A name for this campaign. This parameter must be Base64 encoded
Use null to ignore this parameter
date
OPTIONAL
The current time & date. formatted date string: dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm For more information please review the pattern letters quick reference
Use null to ignore this parameter
to
PUT
Recipients who will receive the message. Please read the SMS recipient file format for more information about this text file
publicKey The public key to access this API. if you don't know yours please request it using our ticketing tool, you will need to provide your Mobile Engagement Campaign Manager's URL and your user login
signature The unique SHA256 signature for this call, it's involve all input parameters. To learn about generating the correct signature please visit our Java Example

Response

The Response XML is divided in a static part and a dynamic one, we call it dynamic because it will vary depending on the method you invoke. Please read our Response XML Basics section if you want to learn more about the response parts.

<input>createBroadcastByFile</input>
<status>OK</status>
<description>Completed</description>
<result>
	<broadcast>
		<id>1</id>
		<text>Test message</text>
		<startDate>2013-09-04T15:15:00-04:00</startDate>
		<endDate>2013-09-05T14:45:57-04:00</endDate>
		<expectedMessages>2</expectedMessages>
		<sentMessages>2</sentMessages>
		<status>2</status>
		<shortcode>0000000</shortcode>
	</broadcast>
</result>
Result parameters
Parameter Name Description Possible Values
broadcast.id The broadcast ID Number
broadcast.text Broadcast's content Text
broadcast.startDate Starting time mark Date
broadcast.endDate Finished time mark Date
broadcast.expectedMessages Expected messages Number
broadcast.sentMessages Sent messages count Number
broadcast.status Current broadcast status. See our Broadcast Types and Status section for more information Number
broadcast.shortcode Short/Long Code through which the messages are going to be delivered Number