Use the Postman collection to run and explore Elastic Path Commerce Cloud APIs. The collection includes the relevant types of requests for each endpoint, including create, read, update, and delete.
Ensure that the Postman client is installed.
Ensure to download the latest postman collection and environment from the following links:
In Commerce Manager, go to Home > Your API Keys.
Make a note of the following values:
- Client ID
- Client secret
- API base URL
Go to Postman client on your system and import Elastic Path commerce cloud Postman Collection.
Import the Environment file in Postman.
Make a note of
Update the following environment variables with the values copied from Commerce Manager and the Environment file:
If the store is in the
useastenvironment, update the
pcmUrlenvironment variables with the values for the
In Postman, open authentication folder and run the Get client credentials token or the Get implicit token requests.
Authentication for the current session is done, and an access token is returned. You can now test the rest of your API endpoints in your Postman collection. An access token is valid for an hour, you must authenticate the session and get new tokes every time the access token expires. For more information about authentication permissions, see Client credential token and Implicit token.