SinglePoint

SinglePoint integration allows you to manage and search the SinglePoint address database.

The integration will need to be enabled in the integrations hub. You will need a Search WSDL URL and if using version Singlepoint version 4.5.5 or above you will also need the Service Information WSDL URL and API Key. Please contact Aligned Assets to obtain the correct URLs and API key for your SinglePoint instance.

Once the URLs and API key are obtained, add them to the connection fields and click Save & Continue

Connection Settings

If you are using a SinglePoint version prior to v4.5.5 then you will only need to provide only the SinglePoint Search WSDL URL.

Connection Settings Simple

If the integration is unable to connect using the details provided, the page will display an error. Please contact either Jadu Support or SinglePoint to verify the endpoints and credentials provided. The error message will look similar to this:

SinglePoint Settings Error

SinglePoint Settings Error with API Key

After clicking Save & Continue and the connection settings are valid the page will display the Adapters & Logical Statuses tab.

Add adapters with single URL

Clicking on Add Adapters will then display a dropdown, from which one or more address adapters can be selected. SinglePoint can make use of multiple adapters, trying each in turn until one is found that returns valid data. When adapters are added successfully, they will be displayed in a list. The first adapter in this list will be tried first when contacting SinglePoint. As such, the list can be re-ordered, to determine the priority of adapters.

List of Adapters

Missing Dependency Warning

If you see the below message when accessing the SinglePoint integrations hub page:

Missing dependency warning

You'll need to install the PHP SoapClient module, if Jadu manage your servers please request this via Jadu Support. If you manage your servers yourself you will need to install the PHP module before continuing.

LAMP

  1. SSH to your server and run the command yum install -y php72u-soap
  2. Restart Apache

WISP

  1. Locate your php.ini file, this is normally in C:\PHP but differs by environment.
  2. Search for and uncomment the line that says ;extension=php_soap.dll by removing the first ; character
  3. Restart IIS.

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