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How to test Webservice APIs via webtools like Postman?

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  1. Julious Cious
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    18 Feb 2015
    20 May 2015
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    Hi, I've just begun using Sitefinity and would like to know how I can test the existing webservices from a separate client via HTTP methods like GET and POST. For example, I want to use /Sitefinity/Services/Security/User.svc/Authenticate but I can't use the service (always gets 401) if I'm not logged in using the account given to me after registering.

     How do I include my login credentials on each API request? Thanks a lot!

  2. Svetoslav Manchev
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    22 May 2015
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    Hello Julious Cious,

    More information about the Authentication and Service Calls in Sitefinity could be found in the following articles:
    Getting started with RESTful services in Sitefinity
    Working with RESTful Services Part 2 – Claims Authentication and Designing Service Calls
    Authentication models
    Client-side programming and Web services

    I hope this information helps.

    Regards,
    Svetoslav Manchev
    Telerik
     
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