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How to get new Bearer token programmatically with authorize route?

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How to get new Bearer token programmatically with authorize route?

In our desktop application, we try to integrate features with ACT by ACT Web API. Since our program is used as a horse power application that user almost always keeps it open and will call ACT feature at any moment.  So, we need to get Bearer token programmatically with authorize route.

 

Please let me know where I can find document of this.

 

Any help in resolving this is greatly appreciated.

 


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Accepted by topic author QwikQuoteDevTest
‎07-09-2017 10:11 AM
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Re: How to get new Bearer token programmatically with authorize route?

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Hi,

 

Our main entry point for all development documentation is here:

https://developer.act.com/ 

 

If you click on Act! Premium Web API documentation, you'll see documentation right away on authorization, including getting the bearer token from credentials. 

 

Best,

--Xavier

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Accepted by topic author QwikQuoteDevTest
‎07-09-2017 10:11 AM
Employee
Posts: 236
Country: USA

Re: How to get new Bearer token programmatically with authorize route?

[ Edited ]

Hi,

 

Our main entry point for all development documentation is here:

https://developer.act.com/ 

 

If you click on Act! Premium Web API documentation, you'll see documentation right away on authorization, including getting the bearer token from credentials. 

 

Best,

--Xavier

New Member
Posts: 7
Country: USA

Re: How to get new Bearer token programmatically with authorize route?

Yes, it works.
At the age of 67 trying to do web dev stuff the 1st time, I saw that but over looked it.
Thanks for help.
Employee
Posts: 236
Country: USA

Re: How to get new Bearer token programmatically with authorize route?

You're never too old to code, keep at it!

 

Best,

--Xavier