Creating a Postman Collection for Sitecore Send (Moosend)

When working with various REST APIs it’s nice to be able to manage your sample and test requests in a single location. In a previous post, I introduced the Sitecore CDP REST APIs and shared my Postman collection. In this post, I will show you how to create a collection for Sitecore Send (Moosend). The good news Moosend provides an API Blueprint specification available here. However, you are not able to import this document directly into Postman. In this post, I will show you how you can convert this Blueprint spec so it can be imported into postman and automatically generate a collection of requests for testing and development with Moosend.

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Introduction to Sitecore CDP REST APIs and my Postman Collection

In this post, I will introduce the Sitecore CDP REST APIs and the postman collection I created for working with the APIs. I’m a huge fan of postman it’s an essential developer tool when it comes to working with a REST API.

Sitecore CDP does not currently provide a standard document like OpenAPI (swagger) for describing the APIs, which can be used to generate a postman collection. Therefore I’ve started a collection based on the Sitecore documentation and examples they’ve provided. The Sitecore docs are an excellent resource for developers, to help you understand the various APIs and attributes. I highly recommend checking these out as they are constantly evolving since the acquisition of Boxever.

My postman collection is available on GitHub as a json file. You can import it into Postman and use it when working with your own Sitecore CDP sandbox. I hope you find it useful, please share any feedback.

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