Including the App Client Key in your Proxima Requests
All requests that are sent to Proxima must
include the unique Application Client Key that can be found in your Proxima Core App Browser (Admin -> Proxima Core -> App Browser).
The "Client Key" is used by Proxima to ensure all requests into the system are lined up with the proper Application (Proxima can support as many different applications on the same install as you wish).
The Client Key
should be sent as the "username" portion in your HTTP Basic Authentication
request. Once a user has been "logged in" (see '(POST) - Login an existing User Account'
for details), send the unique Session ID
as the password (without a unique session identifier the client is limited to only a set of specific service requests, such as logging in, forgotten password, etc. - see the User Service documentation for the details).