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Red Rover API

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Access Red Rover data via this REST API for Organizations that have granted you access. # Authentication The API is protected by HTTP Basic Authentication. Each application that connects to the API has a unique username and password that it must supply with every request. This value needs to be supplied as an HTTP Header: `Authorization=BASIC [hash]`. The value of [hash] is the string username:password base64 encoded. Endpoints marked for Basic Auth can be used with the Basic Auth username and password that you have been assigned. # API Information ## Api Key Each Red Rover organization that has authorized your application has a unique API Key for your application. To retrieve the API Key, you can use the Organization endpoint (`api/v1/organization`) which returns an ApiKey uniquely used for each Organization. You must supply this as an HTTP Header when accessing that organization: `apiKey=[apiKey]`. The domains that require this `ApiKey` header are labeled as 'Requires an ApiKey'. ## Identifier Where an `Identifier` can be specified in the route, you may either supply the Red Rover Id of the object (numeric) or the External Id (alpha-numeric). When specifying an External Id, you will need to prepend the External Id with the pike character`|` (e.g. `|ABC123`). # noqa: E501

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