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  1. Would it be possible for the Code Samples section on the 'api.hornbill.com' be extended to include Go and Python, to match the languages for which the provided api libraries? Cheers Martyn
  2. Hi folks, I'm trying to use sendEntityTemplateMessage to send an automated email to a customer. The problem is translating the template URL into something that the_template_value will accept. xmlmc.AddParam("application", "com.hornbill.servicemanager") xmlmc.AddParam("entity", "Request") xmlmc.AddParam("recordId", Reference) xmlmc.AddParam("template", the_template_value) I've seen too many "Failed to get template" messages to continue. The documentation doesn't help: The path to the the template you wish to use to base the e-mail message on.
  3. Hi All, Would you be able to let me know the expected attributes for the parameters of the API call below - https://api.hornbill.com/apps/com.hornbill.servicemanager/Requests?op=getCustomerRequests i.e. Should the Customer ID just be passed as a number, What format should the "Query String" be..? etc. Can you also double check the optional parameters are indeed optional and the order is correct?
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