Call built-in API from the third-party application
Step 1. Use the appropriate user to call an Etlworks Integrator authentication endpoint and receive an access token.
Step 2. Use the access token received in Step 1 to call the the Etlworks Integrator API endpoints. The access token must be submitted as a header parameter, as in:
Access tokens in the Etlworks Integrator are short-lived and self-expiring. An access token gives you access to the APIs for approximately 10 minutes. It is recommended that you refresh the access token before each call to the API.
Call built-in API from the Etlworks Integrator
Step 1. Create an HTTP Connection for the caller Flow with the following parameters:
URL: the URL for the Etlworks Integrator API endpoint (refer to the API docs)
Method: the method for the Etlworks Integrator API endpoint (refer to the API docs)
HTTP Method for token Authentication:
Access token attribute:
Access token prefix:
Authentication Request Payload:
Authentication Request Content Type:
User: user ID of the user with the appropriate permissions to the call particular API (refer to the API docs)
Password: password of the user with the appropriate permissions to the call particular API (refer to the API docs)
Step 2. Create a caller source-to-destination Flow, where the source is a web service and the destination is a Memory Connection. The source Connection is going to be an HTTP Connection pointed to the Connection created in step 1.