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TransportHTTP POST Requests
PayloadXML Ojects


XML-RPC is a protocol specification which defines how Remote Procedure Calls can be made by sending XML to a Web Service using the HTTP protocol. The definitions for the different calls can be found by navigating to the different requests. Each call has its unique signature which needs to be followed.

With XML-RPC, the programmer will use an external library to connect to the API, so any implementation details will be based on the library they choose to use.


This is an example of an XML-RPC request to create a transactional mail. Usually, this will be built by the library a programmer is using, not by the programmer themselves.


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