API Endpoint FLOs

API Endpoint FLOs are FLOs that can be triggered from an outside source. Unlike FLOs that start with events associated with an application, these FLOs can be triggered at any time, so long as the client is hitting the appropriate endpoint with the appropriate security setting.

The client calling the endpoint causes the FLO to execute and the client receives back the output of that execution of the FLO.

You can expose this API endpoint in three ways, with varying levels of security. From most secure to least secure, they are:

  • Exposed as a Secure Endpoint
    • A FLO exposed at this security level will only be able to be accessed with a full Azuqua signature (description found here) using your access key and secret. To find your access key and secret, go to “Account Settings” in the upper right, and select “Developer”.
  • Exposed as a Webhook
    • A FLO exposed at this security level will only be able to be accessed if the client making an invoke/resume/retry request is passing along the proper client token along with the proper invoke URL (which includes a FLO alias). For more information about the client token, see “What’s a client token?” below. For more information about the FLO alias, see “What’s an alias?” below.
  • Exposed as a Public Service
    • A FLO exposed at this security level will be available to anyone with the invoke URL. This invoke URL is built off of the FLO alias. For more information about the FLO alias, see “What’s an alias?” below.

The API Endpoint by default is exposed in the most secure way, but may be changed in the API settings menu.

Once you’ve decided how you want your API Endpoint to be properly exposed, you may then invoke the FLO. For more information on invoking the FLO, see “How to invoke a FLO” below.

You may also use these API Endpoint settings to change how someone may resume a paused FLO. For more information on that, see “How to resume a FLO” below.

How to invoke a FLO

How to resume a FLO

What’s an alias?

What’s a client token?