This section contains all the information that you need to get your API credentials, and guides you through the authentication process to use the Rappi Public API.
Rappi uses OAuth 2.0 as the authentication method for secure API requests to the Rappi Public API.
During the integration process, Rappi grants you your own set of API credentials. With these credentials, you must generate a token to authenticate when making API requests.
The API credentials that Rappi gives you consist of the following objects:
|This is the identifier of the client where you authenticate.
|This is the secret that you require to authenticate for your integration.
|This is the identifiers of the Rappi API.
|This is permission to request.
Depending on the API you use, the audience will change and you will have to generate a token to use it
Generating an Access Token
Generate an access token through an API call using the
POST token endpoint.
Your access token has a validity of 1 week. After this time, you must generate a new token to continue making requests to our secured endpoint.
To generate your token:
POST request to one of the following URLs, and add a
JSON to the body of the request with the following object.
- Development URL:
- Production URL:
The following code sample the structure of the
JSON object in the body of the request:
The values from this
JSON are not real data. Ensure to replace them with your own data when making API requests.
The following table describes the values of the request body attributes:
|Client Id of your Rappi Credentials.
|Client Secret of your Rappi Credentials.
|Identifier of the Rappi API.
|Permission to request.
The system responds with your
Now that you have your token, you can start integrating with the Rappi Public API.
|Public Api V2
Using Your Access Token
To authenticate using your access token when making API requests:
Include your access token in a custom header of your request with the following values:
access_token}: This is your generated access token.
Ensure to include these values in the header of all your API requests for a successful authentication.