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Authorization

How you get permission to make requests.

What is authorization?

Authorization means whether you're allowed to make a particular request. You need two things for your requests to be authorized: to be authenticated and to have permission to do what you specified in your request.

How do I become authenticated?

For you to be authenticated, you need to prove to us who you are. Generally, we'll need your Rev.io username, client code, and password.

One method you can use is basic authentication.

How do I get permission to do something?

Permissions are tied to your Rev.io user account. An administrator in your system must edit your user role and change what permissions are assigned to it, or assign your user account a new or additional role with the permissions you need.

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What's Next

Now that you've seen all the main parts of requests you send us, let's take a look at what we send you: responses.

Responses

Authorization


How you get permission to make requests.

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