<ReceiveFax> element receives a fax and saves it into your local storage.
You must inform the file path where the fax should be saved.
If the folder/subfolders where the file should be saved don't exist, they will be created automatically.
|Attribute Name||Description||Allowed Values||Default Value|
|action||URL to be called when fax operation inishes. It can be a list of URLs separated by commas (to permit fallback in case the main URL fails to reply). It can be a Section name within the current document. This attribute is optional: if absent the processing will proceed to the next XML element.|
After fax operation finishes, Basix will call the 'action' URL with the following parameters:
|FaxOperation||'transmission' or 'reception' (but in this case, 'reception')|
|FaxFilePath||path of TIFF file|
The below XML receives a fax and saves it as received_faxes/some_fax.tiff. If folder received_faxes doesn't exist, it will be created automatically.
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> <Response> <ReceiveFax>received_faxes/some_fax.tiff</ReceiveFax> </Response>