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‎10-12-2019
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Re: Analytics API
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- Adobe Analytics
Thx. Did read that, but I think I found a solution for now. Previously our users entered their password and we could retrieve the web services secret using Company.GetLoginKey Since that no longer works for 'Cloud' users they will need to get the secret from the Adobe Analytics->Admin->User Management and enter that directly.

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How to authenticate V1.4 apis for users migrated to cloud
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- Adobe Analytics
Hi, we have been using the Adobe Analytics v1.4 apis for a few years to integrate with Adobe Analytics as a 3rd party.We have been using the WSSE header to authenticate and getting the user's the API Key with a call to "Company.GetLoginKey".This call no longer works after the user migrates to the cloud or has a new cloud account.I'm trying to understand what the best solution is short term and long term.I noticed I can get the users api Key from the "Web Services Credential" section if I am an a...

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Re: Analytics API
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- Adobe Analytics
Interesting and helpful thread.I saw you commentIt is important to know that for now the Adobe Analytics Service account integration does not work while querying the Analytics API. The access_token will not be recognised as valid. It is due to some internal limitationIs there a plan/target date for service accounts to work with the analytics api? We have been using 1.4 apis to integrate with Adobe on behalf of others. With the migration to cloud, we can no longer use Company.GetLoginKey to get a...

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