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Adobe Analytics 2.0 API best practice for access token

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13-08-2019

Hi,

when I'm using the API I need to authenticate with a key and a secret, which I obtain from swagger ui (Swagger UI​). Since the token expires, how can I refresh it automatically? I need to run a cron job script which fetches data daily without the need to manually update the secrets every day.

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21-07-2020

Hi,

 

To get started with Analytics 2.0 APIs you must first decide whether your application will need an OAuth client or a JWT client.

A JWT client is best if you are creating an application that needs to programmatically authenticate calls to the Adobe Analytics APIs. A new JWT token can be generated whenever the old one is about to expire so your application can continue to make API calls.

 

Document reference: https://github.com/AdobeDocs/analytics-2.0-apis

 

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Saumya