Authentication and Authorization
To execute a request, authentication is required. Depending on the use case, you can select between two authentication options:
API key and domain filter.
Basic Authentication with Uniserv Cloud Services credentials.
Authentication with API key
For authentication, a combination of API key and domain filter is used. The API key is associated with exactly one user account. A request is deemed authenticated if both of the following applies:
it contains a registered, active API key, and
it originates from a website hosted in a permitted domain.
In the Uniserv CONNECT Portal, an API key must have been generated for each user account.
In the Uniserv CONNECT Portal, a list of permitted domains (at least one) must have been specified.
For the call, the following argument must be set in the HTTP request header:
X-Auth-Token - This argument must contain the API key of the corresponding user account. The REST service will use this key for authentication.
For more information see API Key
Authentication with Basic Authentication
For authentication use your credentials of your user account in the form of Basic Authentication. For more detailed information, see RFC 2617 p. 5f https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2617.txt.