- Depending on the environment you selected, the Base API URL may be different from the example. If so, replace the purple text with the correct Base API URL.
- If you are embedding the token REST messages into a programming language, create an HTTP message and place the same components from the curl example into either the message header or body.
- The <provider> element in blue in the example above is only used if you are planning on working on behalf of a data provider (ingesting). It is not necessary for Client developers who are searching.
- If you have special characters in your password, you will probably need to escape them using a backslash.
Note: mytokengenerator.xml can be used as a file name, which simplifies the command. See example underneath step 2 for original command and the example below for simplified command.
<user_ip_address>your_origin_ip_address</user_ip_address> <provider>Provider Id</provider>