To navigate to User Profile, select your username on the left navigation pane
User Profile involves defining and managing your Profile Data, Preferences, Security Settings, and LogicHub API Tokens.
- Profile Data provides reference information of a
AUTHENTICATION TYPE, and also
EMAIL ADDRESSwhich is editable.
Click on the Edit icon on top right corner of the Profile Data section to edit the
Preferences provides references to detailed information that can be utilized to assign or edit access to
PLAYBOOK EDITOR, and
CASE NOTIFICATIONSauthorize you to determine which types of
casesare notified to you through the mail and also what
activityis notified of in a case. Use the toggle option to activate or deactivate individual
PLAYBOOK EDITORallows you to alter default mode as Advanced mode once you enable the Open playbooks in Advanced mode by default toggle option and to remember the last mode of each edited playbook, enable the Remember the last mode for each playbook toggle. The default is to use the Easy Mode editor each time
PASSWORDsection allows you to Reset a User's Password.
- Security Settings provides the option to Reset a User's Password, if you already know your current password and want to change it.
Use API tokens to make secure REST or HTTP Query protocol requests to LogichHub service APIs.
For your protection, you should never share your tokens with anyone. As a best practice, we recommend a frequent token update.
- Navigate to User Profile > API Tokens.
New Tokenon the right top corner to create a new token.
Enter Nameof your choice to new API Token and click on
An error message will pop up if the name is already used by another token. In such a scenario choose a different name.
- All the tokens will be on hidden mode, to copy hover over the respective API
Tokencolumn and click on
- Click on the midline ellipsis (three dots) on the right on any of the tokens to
API Tokens created earlier, the Name is denoted with the first five Alphanumeric letters of API Token for backward compatibility.
Use api token in 'X-Auth-Token' http header.
curl -X GET \ https://<hostname>/api/version \ -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \ -H 'X-Auth-Token: <API Token>'
Updated over 1 year ago