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  1. API Overview New

    The Core API is a RESTful web service. It allows you to control Core through a third-party application using JSON for both request and response payloads. Some URLs include inline parameters or query parameters, while some URLs take POST payloads to ...
  2. relationshipTypes New

    Retrieve, add, modify, or delete relationships and references.  GET  /object/objectType/{objectTypeId}/relationship Retrieve all relationships for an object type, with the option to references and/or details of linked object types. Cu...
  3. lifecycle New

    Retrieve, modify, or delete object type workflows.   GET  /object/objectType/{objectTypeId}/objectLifeCycle Retrieve all workflows and workflow states for an object type. Curl Request curl -X GET --header 'Accept: applicatio...
  4. objectTypes New

    Retrieve object type details, as well as create, modify, or delete object types.  GET    /object/objectType Retrieves a list of all the object types in the org, along with their external reference IDs and internal IDs. Curl Reque...
  5. Renew a Session Token New

    To maintain the current session: From Swagger, scroll down to the  authenticate  endpoint. Click  GET /user/authenticate (Renew token) . Enter the bearer token that's about to expire in the authorization header. Click  T...
  6. Create a Session Token New

    To create a session token: Log into Core as an administrator. Navigate to Admin > Swagger Docs. Click any endpoint to launch Swagger. Scroll down to the authenticate  endpoint to expand it. Click POST /user/authenticate . Click th...
  7. Session Token Overview New

    These tokens are tied to the user's org account. This means that if a user doesn't have permission to perform an action in Core, they won't be able to do it through the API. Session tokens are valid for 15 minutes. To extend the sessio...
  8. Use an API Key to Make Calls New

    To use an API key in the Swagger interface: Log in as an admin and select the appropriate org, if required. Navigate to  Admin > Swagger Docs . Click the resource from the list to open the Swagger interface in a new tab. Expand a suppor...
  9. Delete an API Key New

    To delete an API key: Log in as an admin and select the appropriate org, if required. Click the icon in the top bar > Swagger Docs  in the Tools   section. Click any resource to open the Swagger interface in a new tab. Click the...
  10. Create an API Key New

    To create an API key: Login as an admin and select the appropriate org, if required. Click the icon in the top bar > Users  in the People   section. Click Create User . Enter the user's name in the First Name  and La...