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LivePerson Visit How-to's

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Getting Started: Adding Information to a Visit from a Third-Party Server This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to add information to a visit from a third-party server using the Visit API. After implementing the example your application will be able to add two custom variables to a visit session.  
Getting Started: Building a Visit API Application Provides step-by-step instructions on how to build a visit API application. It demonstrates usage of the Visit API as a result of server-to-server notification.  
REST Overview Requests Describes the methods for retrieving, updating and creating resources, how to identify the version number of your application, whether your application should use signed or unsigned API calls, the output format of the results, and how special characters in the URLs should be encoded.  
REST Overview Response Describes the HTTP responses including status codes, response caching and error information.  
REST Visit API Reference Describes the methods, formats and parameters used by the Visit API.  
Signed Rest Demo of Adding Variables to an Existing Visit Using the Visit API with C#.Net  A sample application written in C#.Net that demonstrates how to implement the Visit API to add "session level" custom variables to an existing LivePerson monitored website visit using Signed REST.  
Signed Rest Demo of Adding Variables to an Existing Visit Using the Visit API with Java A sample application written in Java that demonstrates how to implement the Visit API to add "session level" custom variables to an existing LivePerson monitored website visit using Signed REST.  
Using the LivePerson Visit API from an iPhone Application A sample application written in Objective-C that demonstrates how to use the Visit API to monitor visitor activity from an iPhone application  
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