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Connection on Hire2Retire supports Bearer Token.

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Object Permission
User Can Provision and Deprovision Users

Generate Access Token on

For Access Token generation users must have a account. To authenticate a connection , you must use your Access Token and the base URL.

Steps for Generating Api Key(Access Token):

  1. Log into the ( using your account.
  2. Open up the admin section of your account.
  3. Click on the Security tab. Connection page

    Figure 1.1 Admin section

  4. Open up the SCIM section Connection page

    Figure 1.2 SCIM section

  5. Click on the "Generate" button and copy the generated token. Connection page

    Figure 1.3 Generating access token

To link your account using Bearer Token Authentication, you first have to specify following details.

  • Connection Name - A user defined nomenclature for your connection. By default, the connect name is "Connection-Bearer Token-1", you can change the name as per your preferences.

  • Instance URL -The base URL for the SCIM 2.0 API will be in this form which is distinct from the URL used for signing in.

  • Access token - The Access Token assigned to the user that you noted in the Access token Provider Setup.

Please refer to the document Access token for rest APIs and base URLfor SCIM api to know more about Access Token and base URL in Access Token

Figure 2. Authentication Form for Bearer Token on RoboMQ Hire2Retire

Enter the account details to use the SCIM implementation for this flow.

Once the connection is established successfully, then you can define the roles and mapping on Hire2Retire Provisioning.