HTTP Universal Interface

I) Introduction
With our HTTP Universal Interface, you can connect to all third-party tools that have an incoming API based on HTTP GET or HTTP POST. Experience has shown that the interface can be used to connect the following third-party tools:
Your provider is not listed? Then send us an e-mail to info@webinaris.com and we will be happy to check to what extent a connection can take place.
 
II) Setup at Webinaris
With the HTTP Universal Interface, you can enter HTTP GET and HTTP POST calls in Webinaris, which are executed in the background at certain times and according to certain criteria. For example, you can trigger the transmission of the access data via Optivo Broadmail when you register, or 10 minutes after the webinar you can send Worldsoft the information which participant participated in the webinar and which participant did not. 
The procedure is always the same. Only the content to be entered differs. Please refer to the API or interface descriptions of the respective third party provider if we do not yet have a manual.
Proceed as follows to set up the HTTP universal interface:
 
1. open the "Plugins" menu

2. click on "New Plugin" above

3. click on the HTTP Universal Plugin logo
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4. enter the requested data:
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- Name: An internal name of the plugin (e.g. name of the third-party tool).

5. click on "Save & Exit".

You can use the plugin you just created in any number of webinar projects.

6. click on "Close" in the upper right corner.

7. Open your webinar project and navigate to the menu "Communication".

8. open the submenu "Interfaces".

9. right click on "+ New interface".

10. select from the list the plugin you have just created
 
11. on the left side click on "New URL Call".
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12. select from the left dropdown menu when and under which conditions the HTTP call should be executed
 
13. click on the blue "New URL" button to create the HTTP call
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14. enter the basic URL of the HTTP call under "URL"
 
15. for "Method", select whether it is a GET or POST call
 
16. Click on the plus icon under "Parameters" to add parameters to your call.
These placeholders are available to you:
 
Placeholder

Content

Webinaris_Vorname

First name

Webinaris_Nachname

Last name

Webinaris_Webinarlink

Webinar room URL

Webinaris_Passwort

Password for webinar room (no longer required)

Webinaris_Login

E-Mail Address

Webinaris_Webinardatum

Date of the webinar showtime

Webinaris_Webinarzeit

Time of the webinar showtime

Webinaris_SourceID

SourceID

Webinaris_Phone

Phone number

Webinaris_Note

Note

Webinaris_UNIXTimestamp

Date and Time of the webinar showtime in UNIX Timestamp format

 
17. click on the "Save" button in the lower right corner to save the changes temporarily
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18. click on the "Save" button in the upper right corner to save the settings finally
19. repeat steps 11-17 for each additional HTTP call
 
 
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