Calling API for Authenticating and Sending Email

Khathun s asked on March 6, 2017 12:56


I have a form in user control(.ascx) after submitting on submit button it should call API for Authentication it should give me a session ID(The session id expires in 30 mins) using that session Id i need to call one more API and send an email to specific mail ID.

Please help me how can i proceed.

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Roman Hutnyk answered on March 6, 2017 14:59

Here are API examples:

  • Authentication
  • Email Notification:

    var msg = new EmailMessage(); var eti = EmailTemplateProvider.GetEmailTemplate("CourseRequestNotification", SiteContext.CurrentSiteID);

            if (eti == null)
                EventLogProvider.LogException(this.GetType().Name, "NotifyCourseRequest", new Exception("Email template does not exist."));
            var mcr = MacroResolver.GetInstance();
            mcr.SetNamedSourceData("user", request.Username);
            mcr.SetNamedSourceData("url", URLHelper.GetAbsoluteUrl(request.CourseNodePath));
            mcr.SetNamedSourceData("course", request.CourseName);
            msg.EmailFormat = EmailFormatEnum.Html;
            msg.From = eti.TemplateFrom;
            msg.BccRecipients = eti.TemplateBcc;
            msg.Recipients = SettingsKeyInfoProvider.GetValue(SiteContext.CurrentSiteName + ".CourseRequestEmail");
            msg.Subject = eti.TemplateSubject;
            EmailSender.SendEmailWithTemplateText(SiteContext.CurrentSiteName, msg, eti, mcr, true);
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Peter Mogilnitski answered on March 6, 2017 16:27

Sounds like you are trying implement a registration process where you create a user and send a registration email with Authentication Token so user can click on it and be automatically logged in to your site?

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