Oracle Eloqua Developer Release Notes - 19D

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    A list of developer-facing new features, significant recent changes, and platform notices for Oracle Eloqua release 19D.

     

    New features

     

    Application API

     

    Retrieve a list of landing pages – New supported terms with search URL parameter

    We've added new ways you can filter landing pages when using the Retrieve a list of landing pages endpoint: (Note: We recommend always using the Application 2.0 API endpoints, as some functionality may not be available in 1.0. In example, the Application 1.0 endpoint cannot retrieve responsive landing pages.)

    • Filter by content source: You can now search for landing pages by content source using the new query parameter contentSource, specifying content source by ID:
      • editor = 0
      • upload = 1
      • migration = 2
      • responsive = 3
    • Filter by vanity URL: You can now search for landing pages by the landing page's vanity URL, also known as the relativePath. After 19D, using the search URL parameter with name will include matches for landing page name and relativePath. Note: To search on both the name and relativePath, the leading wildcard “*” is required as the relativePath always starts with a “/”.
    • Filter by user who created or last updated the landing page: Use the search URL parameter with the updatedByUserId or createdByUserId properties to filter landing pages.

     

    Retrieve a list of forms – New supported term with search URL parameter

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

    • classic forms = 0
    • responsive forms = 3

     

    Recent changes

     

    Application API

     

    We've modified the Retrieve a list of activities endpoint so that an email DeploymentId now appears in the response for emailOpen, emailSend, and emailClickThrough activity types. The DeploymentId allows email activities to be associated with a specific deployment. For more information, see the product notice.

     

    We've made changes to the Landing Pages endpoints so that minimal depth will return relativePath, and using the search URL parameter with name when retrieving a list of landing pages will return matches for name and relativePath. For more information, see the product notice.

     

    The Form endpoints will now return htmlName at minimal depth. For more information, see the product notice.

     

    Bulk API

     

    Resolved an issue where creating activity export definitions and setting maxRecords would correctly create the definition and respect the maxRecords property, however the maxRecords property was not appearing when creating or retrieving the definition. The maxRecords property now appears as expected in these scenarios.

     

    Resolved an issue where creating a Bulk API import with the contact fields {{Contact.Email.IsSubscribed}} and {{Contact.Email.IsBounced}} would result in an incorrect email status. This issue has been resolved.

     

    Product notices

     

    The Classic Design Editor changes are coming in our 20A release (February 2020). Review the Product Notice for further information and schedule changes.

     

    Documentation enhancements of note

     

    The new Bulk API Best Practices section has become a growing list of best practices when using the Bulk API, such as reusing definitions and how to best retrieve data.

     

    Additional information

     

    For additional information and examples, refer to the Oracle Eloqua Developer Changelog.

     

    To learn more about recent and upcoming Oracle Eloqua release rollouts, including rollout dates, user-facing features, and product notices, visit the Oracle Eloqua Release Center.