HTTP Query String
A query string is a part of a uniform resource locator (URL) that assigns values to specific parameters. The query string commonly includes fields added to a base URL by a Web browser or other client application, for example as part of an HTML form.
A web server can handle a Hypertext Transfer Protocol request by reading a file from its file system based on the URL path, or by handling the request using the logic that is specific to the type of resource. In cases where special logic is invoked, the query string will be available to that logic for use in its processing, along with the path component of the URL.
webinar.net Simple Data Pass
Note. If you do not see the Simple Data tab on the Integration page, please contact support at email@example.com.
Use Simple Data Pass to register attendees by passing the registration information inline via URL parameters. Attendees will enter the webinar automatically after the registration.
Request Endpoint (This URL is unique per webinar):
* Required parameter
Full URL Example:
Note. Parameters need to be URL encoded.
Acceptable URL Parameters
- First Name - "firstName", "firstname", "fname", "first_name", "FirstName"
- Last Name - "lastName", "lastname", "lname", "last_name", "LastName"
- Email Address - "emailAddress", "email", "email_address", "EmailAddress"
- Company - "company", "organization"
- Title - "title", "jobTitle", "job_title", "JobTitle"