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  1. #1

    GUI table breakdown question

    Greetings.

    have a look at the URL:
    https://thesolution.infusionsoft.com...ew=edit&ID=678

    From this I gather that the webpage is accessing a 'contact' page. It's presenting a contact record based on the ID. Simple enough. My question is this:
    if the url can distinguish that ID=678 and bring back a record,
    what other attributes are in that same 'contact' page to look at?

    is there a breakdown of what fields are in that exact 'contact' url?
    I know the API table for contacts has a breakdown, but what about this one? I'm assuming on the back-end there is a join based on ID or something that is gatering all info and then presenting it on the results page.

    Any thoughts?

    Many thanks.

    -John

  2. #2
    John,

    The url is inside your app. Therefore when someone hits this url it takes them to the log in screen.

    You are not seeing this becaue you are logged in in your browser. Try pasting the url into a different browser.

    David Holland
    Infusionsoft Certified Consultant
    Most Helpful Developer Partner of the Year 2012
    T: +44(0)844 995 2200
    E: david@exela.co.uk
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  3. #3
    lol...I think I'm being misunderstood a bit.

    When logged in for sure this link takes me to the record.
    I'm needing to know other methods to search via the URL.
    Since this link uses ID=*** and takes me to a record, what other attributes can be used via URL to access a specific record?

    -John

  4. #4

    David Holland
    Infusionsoft Certified Consultant
    Most Helpful Developer Partner of the Year 2012
    T: +44(0)844 995 2200
    E: david@exela.co.uk
    W: http://exela.co.uk

  5. #5
    not sure really. It looks like it never really was resolved.

    basically I'm looking for this:

    http://mystuff/infusionsoft.com/cont...lsegoeshere???
    What can I add to that? email? phone? address?
    Can I do:
    http://mystuff/infusionsoft.com/cont...ail=my@me.com/

  6. #6
    To my knowledge there are no other parameters that you can place in the URL to pull up a record.
    JUSTIN GOURLEY
    Test Automation Engineer


    "The fish who keeps on swimming, is the first to chill upstream" - 311

  7. #7
    total bummer. But, it is what it is.
    Thanks everyone for the thoughts and answers.
    Just wanted to make sure it's not possible before digging further.

    -John

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