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Depending on the complexity of the information regarding classes, the easiest way to solve this, if you only want to include e.g. class name, is to use BuildRowsetFromString function. Assuming you pass the names into parameter classnames as pipe delimited values: First class|Second class|Different class|A whole other class|Working class You can use ...


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It doesn't appear it is accessible anywhere: Here is the Idea to make it accessible through a personalization string Here is a similar question on the community where it also states this isn't accessible anywhere. If you are looking to pass attributes for an email in UTM stings you could enable Parameter manage and use q of the 5 Additional Email Attrbiutes ...


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This is not yet possible, there is no option to edit an sms in a live journey. The only possibility is to create a new version of the journey, update the sms copy there and activate it.


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If the attribute you're using as the basis for your Wait By Attribute activity is within your "Journey Data", the value is immutable and no update to the underlying Journey Entry Data Extension done with SQL after injection would be taken into consideration by the activities within the Journey. If the attribute you're using is taken from your "...


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The versions array is optional. I you don't specify this property, the contact is removed from all versions of the journey concerned: POST /interaction/v1/interactions/contactexit [ { "ContactKey": "0031xxxxxxxxxxxxxx", "DefinitionKey": "cexxxxxx-b20f-74ea-c67a-xxxx7c53xxxx" } ]


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The cleanest solution that comes to mind - do an API call before your original call that would be asking in which journey version this contact is. You can do that with the following endpoint: POST /interaction/v1/interactions/contactMembership


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Your execute logic doesn't make sense. You're attempting to make a request before you've decoded your JWT and retrieved the necessary value. At the beginning of your execute script, you should decode the JWT and access the arguments there. Then nest any of your calls within that portion and make your API call. exports.execute = function (req, res) { JWT(...


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