A customer has a custom CRM System that holds all profiles used for Marketing Campaigns. The customer wants to have the data available in Adobe Campaign Classic and use it for Marketing Campaigns. The CRM System is relying on HTTP communication to communicate with other systems.
In which two ways can the CRM System push profiles to Adobe Campaign Classic? (Choose 2)
A customer has a requirement to create a web form that collects and stores unauthenticated users' email, first name, last name, and color preferences to an Adobe Campaign Classic database.
The users are identified using a double opt in process only.
What kind of structure should be used to save data coming from the web form?
A third-party system is required to push data in the form of JSON payload to an Adobe Campaign marketing instance. Factory functions must be leveraged to authenticate the incoming POST request to an Adobe Campaign instance.
A customer prefers to implement Single Sign-On on all Adobe product-based solutions that they have so far, including Adobe Campaign Classic. What protocol is supported by Adobe IMS to integrate with Adobe Campaign to meet the requirement?
An Adobe Campaign Classic Developer needs to programmatically create a workflow based on a workflow template, set an instance variable, and start the workflow. Which out-of-the-box method should be used in this case?