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Access token for ConnectionJson in CyberArk SCIM connector

VenkatN
New Contributor
New Contributor

Hi,

We required access details for CyberArk SCIM based connector to update the connection.

Here ConnectionJson

"{
""authentications"": {
""acctAuth"": {
""authType"": ""Basic"",
""httpMethod"": ""GET"",
""httpParams"": {},
""httpHeaders"": {},
""httpContentType"": ""text/html"",
""properties"": {
""userName"": ""Saviynt"",
""password"": """"
},
""expiryError"": ""ExpiredAuthenticationToken"",
""authError"": [""InvalidAuthenticationToken"",""ExpiredAuthenticationToken"",""AuthenticationFailed"",""Read timed out""],
""importSuccessResponses"":{
""statusCode"": [200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205]
},
""errorPath"": ""error.code"",
""maxRefreshTryCount"": 5,
""tokenResponsePath"": ""access_token"",
""tokenType"": ""Basic"",
""accessToken"": ""Basic *******""
}
}
}"
 
In the above ConnectionJson we required to update access token. 
 
Kindly suggest us how to the access token value to update.
 
Regards,
Venkat
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3 REPLIES 3

SB
Saviynt Employee
Saviynt Employee

The access token is ideally dynamically generated with the auth call. In case the access token is a static value, you can generate it via postman and paste the value in "accessToken": "Basic *******"

You can refer the below documentation for cyberark and REST intergation

Cyberark - https://docs.saviyntcloud.com/bundle/CyberArk-REST-v23x/page/Content/Introduction.htm

REST - https://docs.saviyntcloud.com/bundle/REST-v2022x/page/Content/Examples-for-JSON-Construction.htm


Regards,
Sahil

VenkatN
New Contributor
New Contributor

Hi Sahil,

 

Do you have documentation to get the access token via postman?

Regards,

Venkat

SB
Saviynt Employee
Saviynt Employee

Unfortunately I don't have postman documentation and the steps will be different for every application. You should be able to find something on Google or can even check with the target application team.


Regards,
Sahil