The Eloqua Release 19C New Feature Summary is now available - Eloqua Release 19C New Feature Summary.


Here is an extract of all the Developer Updates:




Added a new endpoint that enables you to retrieve visitor data by visitor GUID. This request differs from the existing Retrieve visitor data endpoint, because it is a POST request that can include up to 200 visitors per request.


The Application API Email endpoints have been updated so that minimal depth will return subject (email subject line). Additionally, using the search URL parameter with name when retrieving a list of emails, will return matches for name and subject.

We've added new query parameters for the Retrieve a list of emails endpoint.

  • updatedByUserId: Filters emails by the user ID who last updated the email asset.
  • createdByUserId: Filters email by the user ID who created the email asset.


You can now search for emails by content source using the new query parameter contentSource, specifying content source by ID:

  • editor = 0
  • upload = 1
  • responsive = 3


All API endpoints for emails and landing pages no longer allow creating and editing classic emails and landing pages. When attempting to create or edit a classic email or landing page, the following error will be returned: '410 htmlContent type of StructuredHtmlContent (Classic editor) is no longer supported.'


We have revised the dates of the sunsetting of some functionality of our Classic Form Design Editor. While originally we had communicated you would no longer be able to edit or create new forms with the Classic editor as of 19C (August 2019), we have adjusted the date to our 20A release (Feb 2020).



We have modified how Contacts are linked to Bulk API form submit activities, by setting the Contact that’s mapped to the Visitor, if there is a Visitor record linked to the form submit activity.



Oracle modified its supported cipher suites used for Transport Layer Security (TLS) connections to Eloqua. This includes programmatic access to Eloqua via APIs.