Create: OAuth type

Description

Use a HTTP POST request to create a OAuth2.0 credential.

Request

HTTP Method: POST

Parameter Description
name Name of the credential.
mode Describes the type of credential (OAUTH)
oauth_url Your app oauth url
oauth_token_url Your app oauth token url
oauth_client_id The client ID for your app
oauth_client_secret The client secret for your app
oauth_scope Enter one or more scope values indicating which parts of the user’s account you wish to access
oauth_grant_type Tines supports client_credentials and authorization_code grants.
team_id ID of Tines Team where the credential will be located.
folder_id Optional ID of folder to which the credential will be located
read_access Optional Control where this credential can be used (TEAM, GLOBAL). default: TEAM
description Optional Description of the credential. default: "" (empty string).

Sample request

curl -X POST \
  https://<tenant-domain>/api/v1/user_credentials \
  -H 'content-type: application/json' \
  -H 'x-user-email: <email-address>' \
  -H 'x-user-token: <api-token>' \
  -d '{
        "name": "foo",
        "value": "bar",
        "mode": "OAUTH",
        "team_id": 2,
        "oauth_url": "https://example.com/auth",
        "oauth_token_url": "https://example.com/token",
        "oauth_client_id": "foo",
        "oauth_client_secret": "bar",
        "oauth_scope": "sync",
        "oauth_grant_type": "authorization_code"
    }'

Response

A successful request will return a JSON object containing a redirect_url to complete the registration process and a description of the created credential.

Field description

Parameter Description
id credential ID.
name Name of the credential.
mode Describes the type of credential (TEXT, JWT, OAUTH, AWS, MTLS, HTTP_REQUEST_AGENT)
team_id ID of team to which the credential belongs.
folder_id ID of folder to which the credential belongs.
read_access Control where this credential can be used.
description Description of the credential.
slug An underscored representation of the credential name
created_at ISO 8601 Timestamp representing date and time the credential was created.
updated_at ISO 8601 Timestamp representing date and time the credential was last updated.

Sample response

{
  "redirect_url": "",
  "user_credential": {
    "id": 1,
    "name": "tines_api_credential",
    "mode": "OAUTH",
    "team_id": 2,
    "folder_id": 1,
    "read_access": "TEAM",
    "slug": "tines_api_credential",
    "created_at": "2021-03-26T12:34:16.540Z",
    "updated_at": "2021-03-26T12:34:16.540Z",
    "description": ""
  }
}
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