This guide explains how to add and edit API keys to protect your function endpoints from unauthorized access.
Copy and save the key.
Note: You will not be able to see the key again. We do not store tokens, so the responsibility for token storage and usage rests with the issuer.
Your API key is active. From now on, anyone attempting to access your function endpoint must include a valid API key in the
X-API-Key header. Otherwise, they will receive a 401 error.
If you’ve set the expiry date, you’ll get a notification in the customer portal before it expires.
You can change the description, expiration date, and functions that can be accessed with a given key.
Delete the key in the customer portal, create a new one and add it to the function.
If your key was compromised, delete it in the customer portal, create a new one and add it to the function.
Valid keys have the status “Active” in the API key list. If an API key is no longer valid, it will have the status “Expired”.
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