Authentication information (such as site and siteToken, and channel) needs to be put in the request header (rather than the JSON payload defined in the subsequent sections).
Episerver client site code. This name will be the site code provided by Episerver which identifies the retailer's site, for example:
Authentication token for the client. This is a token provided to the client by Episerver Technical Services, which needs to be included as part of the JSON data in every API call. For example:
A separate siteToken is issued for each channel. Take care to ensure that you are using the correct token for your channel.
Access channel. It should be one of the following: store, mobileapp, tv, callcentre. For example:
channel : store
Get in touch with Episerver Technical Services in case more channels are needed. A separate siteToken is issued for each channel. Take care to ensure that you are using the correct token for your channel.
The MIME type for JSON text:
Last updated: Nov 06, 2017