Lists contact or contacts based on information sent via an http form post.
This function is designed for speed — searching only First Name, Last Name, Other First Name, Other Last Name, Email Address, and Other Email Address. It also returns only a limited number of fields and is limited to 50 results returned. This would be best used in some kind of “type-along-find” Ajax contact picker. Lower the “max results” to an even lower number to speed up the results even further.
Update 6/1/2017 – When the searchstring contains a space, the search will split the field in two and assume that it is a “first name+last name” “begins with” search. A searchstring of “jo sm” with search for contacts with first names beginning with “jo” and last names beginning with “sm”
- SSL is requred
- White Label CRM Customers: Replace www.allclients.com with your White Label CRM domain name.
|response_type||No||Default results will be returned in XML.Set this field value to json to return results in JSON format|
|accountid||Yes||Must be numeric. Account ID for this account. Found in Settings > API Settings or for White Label CRM in the Admin control panel|
|teammemberid||No||Default is 0 for Account Owner
Use -1 to search across all team member databases
|apikey||Yes||API Key for this account. Found in Settings > API Settings or for White Label CRM in the Admin control panel|
|searchstring||Yes||String to search contact for. Search will search First Name, Last Name, Other First Name, Other Last Name, and Email Address|
|maxresults||No||Number of results to return. Specify between 1 and 50. Default is 20 results.|
Success Message (for 1 contact – not all fields displayed – blank fields are omitted from the results)
<results> <contacts> <contact> <id>4302</id> <teammemberid>0</teammemberid> <name>Bob & Betty Smith</name> <email>firstname.lastname@example.org</email> <otheremail>email@example.com</otheremail> </contact> </contacts> </results>
Sample Failure Message
<?xml version="1.0"?> <results> <error>Authentication failed</error> </results>