REST API access policies

Learn how to use Strivacity's REST API Access Policies to define API permission for your Strivacity instance.


Strivacity allows brand administrators very granular control over REST API permissions exposed by their instance. Administrators can enable or disable REST APIs at the read, write, or delete level.

Creating a REST API Access Policy

1) Start by logging into the Admin Console using an admin account.

2) From the left-hand menu, select Configuration, then REST APIs.

REST APIs page

3) Click the '+Assign to client' button.

4) The Create client assignment screen will be displayed, as shown below:

Create client assignment page

5) Select a client you want to assign the Access Policy to.

6) Select the scopes to enable. The Scopes described here map to OAUTH scopes that will be requested during the authorization step of using the APIs. The available scopes are described in detail in the Scopes section of the Using the Rest APIs area of the documentation.

7) Click Save.