To receive data, you must first verify your system's endpoint.
If you want to configure endpoints with alternative communication methods or formats, navigate back to the Others tab.
The verification token is a value that you decide and Redox uses in the header of any request you receive to verify that the request is from a legitimate endpoint. Treat it like a password. We recommend you use a unique, long alphanumeric string value that is difficult to brute force or guess.
POSTif your endpoint allows it. However,
GETcan be used for verification too.
POSTas the verification method, you receive a request with the following payload body:
GETas the verification method, you receive a request with this query string containing two values:
GETrequest with the challenge value that we provided in the test. You can add the challenge value anywhere in the body of the response.