Broadbean checks the entire response for a success message including the response headers. By default, headers will include 'OK' and therefore Broadbean will always treat adverts as successful. It is important that the response body contains something more identifiable such as 'Advert successfully posted'.
Articles in this section
- Why do Broadbean need to post test data to my job board?
- Why do I need to display region (ambiguous locations) on my job board?
- Why do Broadbean need to check search functionality on my job board before we can go live?
- Why is the job reference entered by end-users?
- What is the difference between an Application URL and Aplitrak Email?
- Why isn't 'OK' enough as a success message back to Broadbean for posting?
- What is the difference between 'days to advertise' and 'delete' for posting?
- Can we use the apply email as the unique identifier for deleting an advert?
- What is unique job referencing on job posting? How does it work?