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How to connect GetResponse with WebService SOAP
GetResponse / WebService SOAP
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Connect GetResponse to WebService SOAP with LeadsBridge

GetResponse » WebService SOAP

In this article, you'll learn how to set up the bridge and connect GetResponse to WebService SOAP using LeadsBridge.

How to set up your bridge step-by-step tutorial

Before you start

  1. Head over to the left sidebar and click on Bridges
  2. You'll be taken to the Bridges section of your account
  3. Click on the Add New button
  4. You'll be taken to the first step of the bridge creation

Step 2: Setup your GetResponse source

  1. Type in the name you'd like to call your integration
  2. Enter Enterprise Domain (API v3 only), API URL, API Key and API version to connect your GetResponse with LeadsBridge
  3. The most current and stable version of GetResponse API is 3.0, if you're just starting with GetResponse API please use this version, otherwise if you're on an older version, please use GetResponse API 1.5 version.

    If you are a GetResponse Enterprise customer you'll need to fill the field Enterprise Domain (API v3 only) with your domain.

    The API URL field is usually the default value:
    • http://api2.getresponse.com
    Otherwise, you can leave it empty.

    In order to get your API Key you should follow the steps below:
    1. Login to your GetResponse account
    2. Go to My Account » Account details » GetResponse API
    3. Click on the blue Generate the API key button
    4. Copy the API Key and paste it inside your LeadsBridge integration page
    5. Click the Save button and your GetResponse integration will be set!

  4. For further information( OPEN LINK)
  5. Select the segment you'd like to use as the source for your leads
  6. Click on the Next button

Step 3: Setup your WebService SOAP destination

  1. Type in the integration's name in the dedicated field
  2. Enter WSDL URL, Username, Password and SOAP Success Pattern to connect WebService SOAP with LeadsBridge
  3. The WDSL is the XML definition of the WebService.
    The required WDSL URL typically ends with .wdsl or .asmx (in the case of WebService made on .NET) and it's the file URL needed to read the WebService structure.
  4. Username and Password are the login details to access the WDSL file. Required if the file has restricted access.
  5. "Success" and "Failure" patterns are server's file responses. This is optional so you may not worry about it unless you encounter errors on your sync. Since these responses don't depend on LeadsBridge, you may need the help of a tech guy.
  6. Click on the Next button
  7. You'll now be able to select the destination segment to send your leads to
  8. You may choose to receive an email receipt for each incoming lead.
    • Type the address(es) where you'd like to receive the receipt
    • You may also modify the Subject line of the email
  9. Click on the Next button

That's all! Congratulations.

You'll be redirected to the bridges section of your account with a green success message at the top right of the page and your bridge will now be active.

Have you got some questions?

You may want to take a look at the common questions on the respective integration's documentation.

If you have any other questions, or need help to configure your bridge from GetResponse to WebService SOAP with LeadsBridge, do not hesitate to contact our Support!