The SetSenderResponse webservice is to confirm the receipt of the retrieved list of <send_item>s from the GetSender webservice. This will ensure the returned list from subsequent GetSender requests will remain unique. Failure to return <passed>Y</passed> will result in redundant <send_item>s in GetSender requests as the queue items are still "Unprocessed".
<request> <security> <key>ClientUserID~ClientPassword~ClientDatabase</key> <version>1.0</version> <userid /> <account>AccountGUID</account> </security> <response_list> <response_item> <tps_send_id>1</tps_send_id> <passed>Y</passed> </response_item> </response_list> </request>
The Request element will serve as a wrapper for the entire body of the XML request.
Request > Security
See documentation for the Security node here: Access to Webservices
Request > Response_list
This is a container for the response items. There could be 1 to many response items.
Request > Response_List > Response_item
This is a container for each individual response. This houses details for the item being returned.
Request > Response_List > Response_Item > TPS_Send_ID
This is the unique ID that represents the result that was received in the following request: iSalusTPS.GetSender
Request > Response_List > Response_Item > Passed
This element will contain either a Y or an N. Y will indicate that the order was received successfully and will be removed from list. N will indicate that the order was not picked up successfully and will remain in the queue.