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Authenticate - Cloud Orchestrator

Before reviewing the example, it's recommended that you first read the How to Authenticate tutorial.

The example below shows the authentication experience when a user selects Cloud Orchestrator as their instance type.

How it works

The following steps and images are an example of how the connector works from design time (i.e., user inputs) to run time (i.e., sending the HTTP request).

  1. Select the Connection type that you want to connect to.
    • The selection determines the Orchestrator API endpoint the connector sends requests to.
  2. Enter a Connection Name.
    • This name is used to identify the connection within your application.
    • A connector can have multiple connections to the same or different Orchestrator tenant. Each connection requires its own connection settings and may include the same or different credentials (i.e., Client Id and User Key). Adding multiple connections to the same tenant is useful if you plan to have multiple users that want to manage their own connections.
  3. Enter your Client Id and User Key.
    • The User Key should be kept secret.
  4. Enter your Account Logical Name and Tenant Logical Name.
    • For more information about how a user can locate their Client Id, User Key, Account Logical Name, and Tenant Logical Name see Getting the API Access Information in the Orchestrator API documentation.
  5. Click Connect.
    • The connector configures and sends a request with the entered inputs to https://.
    • The Orchestrator API responds with an access_token that you use for all subsequent API requests.

Updated about a month ago


Authenticate - Cloud Orchestrator


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