Console > Settings > Customize Appearance > Launch Complete HTML
Example Launch Complete HTML
Plain HTML Message
The most basic example is to simply display a completed message.
<h1>Congrats - you're connected!</h1>
|accountId||The ID of your end user’s account||xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx|
|accountApiId||The API ID of your end user’s account||CYCLR_ACCOUNT_API_ID|
|cycleId||The ID of the newly installed integration within your end user’s account||xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx|
|status||A string indicating the status of the newly installation integration cycle.By design, will always be Active, unless an issue arose during installation, in which case it will be stopped.||Active or Stopped|
|userId||The ID of your end user||xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx|
|webhooks||An array of URLs representing the endpoints of the webhooks included within the newly installed integration template. This is important where your application needs to send data to Cyclr to trigger the newly installed integration template. Where the newly installed integration template makes use of more than one webhook, the order of the URLs in this array matches the order of the webhook steps in the template.||[“https://webhooks.cyclr.com/Jd78JHd9”]|
|errors||An array of error messages when Cyclr activates the newly installed integration template.||[“Please set up all the steps correctly before starting the cycle.”]|
|completeParameter||The value of the CompleteParameter provided in the LAUNCH API call.|
Cross domain issue in IE10
Internet Explorer 10 does not allow window.opener.postMessage() to be used from a page on a different domain to the opener. There are ways around this to enable the result of the LAUNCH flow to be posted back to your application.
Redirect after LAUNCH Complete page