Registering Your API Client Application in Team Server

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In order to obtain authorization to access the Team Server API you must register your client application in the running instance of Team Server that you want to access.

To register your application in the target instance of Team Server, perform an API request with the following parameters:

Note: The specified "clientId" and "secret" must be those that you previously registered with IDERA.
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    // Mandatory Fields

    "clientId":            // An UUID that uniquely identifies your client application.

    "secret":              // The secret of your client application.

    "name": "My App",      // The name of your client application.
    "description":         // A description of your client application.
        "My custom API client application",

    "clientType": "1",     // The type of your client application, which may be any of the following:
                           // • Web Application ("0").
                           // • Native Application ("1").

    // Optional Fields

    "nativeType": "4",     // If you choose "clientType": "1", use this property to specify which platform your client
                           // application supports. You may use any of the following values:
                           // • Windows ("0").
                           // • Mac OS X ("1").
                           // • Android ("2").
                           // • iOS ("3").
                           // • Other ("4").

    "home":                // Your client application home page.

    "image":               // A direct link to an image that represents your client application.

    "redirectURL":         // The OAuth callback URL of your client application.

    "stewards": [          // A list with the username of EDN users that are stewards of your client application.
        { "name": "Jane" },
        { "name": "John" }

If your request is successful, you get the following response:

    "client": {
        // Here go the fields in your request, with the exception of the "secret" of your client application.
        // Two additional fields are returned:
        "type": "client",

        "url":             // URL that you can use to update, delete and get your client application data from the API.

Once your client is registered in the target instance of Team Server, you can obtain an API authorization token to obtain further access to the API.

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