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OnPage SOAP API

The OnPage SOAP API provides programmatic access to OnPage messaging services

Typical applications include sending messages to individual OnPage users or groups and receiving tracking information for messages such as delivery and read timestamps or reply information.

The API is based on open standards known collectively as "Web Services," which includes the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Web Services Definition Language (WSDL), and the XML Schema Definition language (XSD).

These standards are supported by a wide range of development tools on a variety of platforms.

Like many web services, OnPage SOAP is a combination of client-side and server-side Schemas, hardware and software servers.

As you can see below in the OnPage API diagram, customers have two services that should be implemented, both client and server.

OnPage SOAP API

The SOAP client application is used for creating new messages to be sent over the OnPage service, while the Callback Server is a web service implemented for OnPage to send information about the messages to, such as the delivery/read/reply times and details.

The callback server is not required, if the intention of integration is only to send messages to OnPage users, but without it your application will not be able to display message tracking or reply information.

For the Complete OnPage SOAP API Details CLICK HERE.

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About OnPage
Thousands of facilities have adopted OnPage for secure messaging, including leading organizations such as Adobe, Tufts University, Alcoa, American Airlines, AT&T, Transamerica, U.S. Airways, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Procter and Gamble, Siemens, Massachusetts Emergency Management, and many more.

For more information visit:  OnPage.com.

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