API Configuration/ Generating API Token

Before you submit post/get requests to obtain particular kind of Json based responses, you need to generate the API token using your account with MUMARA. Reach “API Configuration” under “Integration” in the left side navigational menu of the MUMARA, to generate the API token.

Figure#12.1.1: Generating API Token

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API token request needs to be sent to the API Endpoint which you can find in the API configuration section under MUMARA user profile page. You can reach the API configuration section by clicking “Profile” icon located at the top of your dashboard right beside “Logout”. Following are the three fields that you will find on API configuration page, API token field remains empty, until you submit the request to generate API token. 

API Endpoint will look like 
API login is the login email of your user in MUMARA
API Token will be generated, once you submit the request by clicking “Generate API Token”.

The API Token will look like c5a5e7bbf399665b62a9410645494f29. You don’t need to generate a new token each time for sending request to the API, until you generate a new token the currently available will work fine. Upon generating a new token, the previous one will expire and you would be required to use fresh API token for sending successful request.

Find the complete API document with sample API requests, successful and erroneous responses can be reached by reaching the following link.

MUMARA API Documentation