This article describes how to manage and generate API keys used to authenticate with the Tealium API.
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API keys are used to authenticate with the Tealium API and linked to individual user accounts.
API keys are generated as follows:
API keys can be authorized, revoked, and generated. Once an API key is generated and displayed to the user, it cannot be retrieved again. Lost or forgotten keys must be reset or revoked by a user with the Manage Users permission.
Users with the Manage Users permission can do the following:
Any user who has been authorized to generate an API key can do the following:
This section describes how to:
To authorize a user to generate API keys, you must be an administrator with the Manage Users permission. In this step, you are not generating keys for a users, but authorizing the user to generate their own API key.
Use the following steps to authorize a user to generate their own API keys:
Users must receive prior authorization to generate their own API key. Once authorized, the user receives an email notification instructing them to generate their API key.
Once the email is received, users can generate their own API key using the following steps:
The API key is only shown once and cannot be viewed later. Once you close this window, the API key cannot be displayed again.
Use the following steps to manage API keys for a single user:
API keys can be authorized, reset, or revoked in bulk.
Use the following steps to manage API keys in bulk: