Remote Functions for Non-WordPress Sites

Remote Functions for Non-WordPress Sites

iMember360 provides three modules designed to remotely interact with the plugin and your Infusionsoft application, making iMember360 a quasi-proxy application.

These modules are:

isauthThis module is an authentication module that uses Infusionsoft data, enabling you to remotely authenticate a user as if that user had logged in through your WordPress site. If the user is successfully authenticated, the module will return an array with any fields requested through
issubsThis module enables you to remotely query Infusionsoft and obtain data about a given subscription (CProgram).
isprodThis module enables you to remotely query Infusionsoft and obtain data about a given product (Product).

Remote Authentication

Remote authentication can be carried out through a POST or a GET.
The plugin checks against $_REQUEST values.

The module requires the following three values:

$_REQUEST[‘isauth’]The value passed should be the first six (6) characters of your API key.
$_REQUEST[‘user’]The value passed should be the user’s primary email address, as stored in Infusionsoft.
$_REQUEST[‘pass’]The value passed should be the user’s password as stored in the field defined in “Plugin Options”, unless an alternate password field is defined through $_REQUEST[‘passfield’].

The module accepts the following optional values:

$_REQUEST[‘passfield’]This value, if passed, should define the name of an alternate Infusionsoft field where a user’s password is stored.
$_REQUEST[‘retfields’]This value, if passed, is used to define which Infusionsoft fields should be returned in the result array. If not specified, all contact fields will be returned.
$_REQUEST[‘required_tags’]In addition to a matching password, this value, if passed, defines which tags a user must have in order to successfully authenticate. In order to succeed, the user must have all tags specified.
$_REQUEST[‘json’]This value, if passed, is used to direct the module to return any data in JSON format. If not specified, the default method used is PHP’s serialize().
$_REQUEST[‘base64’]This value, if passed, is used to direct the module to return the JSON or serialized return values in Base64 encoded format.

Remote Subscription Query

A remote subscription query can be carried out through a POST or a GET.
The plugin checks against $_REQUEST values.

The module requires the following two values:

$_REQUEST[‘issubs’]The value passed should be the first six (6) characters of your API key.
$_REQUEST[‘id’]The value passed should be subscription’s ID, as stored in Infusionsoft.

The module accepts the following optional values:

$_REQUEST[‘retfields’]This value, if passed, is used to define which Infusionsoft fields should be returned in the result array. If not specified, all subscription fields will be returned.
$_REQUEST[‘json’]This value, if passed, is used to direct the module to return any data in JSON format. If not specified, the default method used is PHP’s serialize().
$_REQUEST[‘base64’]This value, if passed, is used to direct the module to return the JSON or serialized return values in Base64 encoded format.

Remote Product Query

A remote product query can be carried out through a POST or a GET.
The plugin checks against $_REQUEST values.

The module requires the following two values:

$_REQUEST[‘isprod’]The value passed should be the first six (6) characters of your API key.
$_REQUEST[‘id’]The value passed should be subscription’s ID, as stored in Infusionsoft.

The module accepts the following optional values:

$_REQUEST[‘retfields’]This value, if passed, is used to define which Infusionsoft fields should be returned in the result array. If not specified, all product fields will be returned.
$_REQUEST[‘json’]This value, if passed, is used to direct the module to return any data in JSON format. If not specified, the default method used is PHP’s serialize().
$_REQUEST[‘base64’]This value, if passed, is used to direct the module to return the JSON or serialized return values in Base64 encoded format.