Posting data to a 3rd party can be done with our flexible HTTP POST wizard or with Web Hooks. These guide provides a couple of examples if generating XML from a form submission so that it can be posted to a 3rd Party
There are a couple of ways you can generate XML and post it to a 3rd party. These 2 methods are explained below.
1. Using Bindings on the form in a hidden textarea to manually build the XML:
This depends on your XML needs. You could write a bindings that wrote the XML to a textarea field element like this in the binding:
'<application xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" ' + 'id="5aa69470-d09d-4db2-8f8f-b172667a5732" timestamp="2018-07-30T10:03:42" type="Full" startdate="2018-07-30" ' + 'version="2.00" adcode="OL2018" businesssource="Compare the Market(Offline)">' + '<covertypes>' + '<cover type="'+[type]+'" subtype="None" term="'+[term]+'" amount="'+[amount]+'" indexation="Level" />'+ '</covertypes>'
That was just a small sample of the XML. You can also use conditional logic to build something more advanced /hc/en-us/articles/208079356-Writing-Conditional-Statements
2. Using a webhook to build and send the XML
This option requires webhooks to be enabled (they are not enabled by default) and is an Enterprise Plan feature.
Documentation for Needle, for making remoting calls, can be found here:
And the xml2js library is also available when writing web hooks, documentation can be found here: