Getting Started With Testing
1. Types of API Keys
3. Converting to Live Account
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The majority of our APIs uses this, including Shopify plugin. For our SDKs, you can set this by:
\Xfers\Xfers::setApiKey('the-key'); # PHP
What the above does is to set a HTTP header in subsequent API requests to Xfers, like so:
Only used for Xfers Connect. Need this set of special keys to go through Xfers Connect as it requires higher privileges due to access to other customers' xfers wallet. https://docs.xfers.io/#xfers-connect
For our SDKs, you pass in the app_api_key as params to the connect.authorize and connect.get_token functions. What the above does is to set a HTTP header in that particular API request to Xfers, like so: X-XFERS-APP-API-KEY: THE-APP-API-KEY
Our legacy V2 API keys. These API keys are only used for our WooCommerce, Opencart and Magento plugins.
This is NOT available in your dashboard. This is only gotten from the connect flow and is actually one of your customer's X-XFERS-USER-API-KEY.
Some of the things you can do with this are listed here: https://docs.xfers.io/#what's-next