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Some notes: You probably want to be using str_replace (replace all instances) rather than strstr (find first instance, no replacement) Check that the JSON for your claims set is a JSON Object (e.g. {"iss":"x","aud":"y","sub":"z","expr":12345}), not an array (like [{"iss":"x"},{"aud":"y"},{"sub":"z"},{"expr":12345}]) The header also needs to be Base64URL ...


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As of v42.0 you can use Composite Collections to INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE up to 200 records at a time. These will be handled in a single execution context. You can also use Composite & Composite Batch to combine up to 25 "sub-requests" into a single API Call. However, each request get's its' own execution context.


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So after doing some research the only field you can use is DataExtension.CustomerKey in your filter, none of the other fields are supported such as id, objectid, or name So you would first need to do a retrieve on the DataExtension Object <soapenv:Body> <RetrieveRequestMsg xmlns="http://exacttarget.com/wsdl/partnerAPI"> <...


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