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Export your API key as an environment variable. Seam client libs will automatically pick it up. For example:
$ export SEAM_API_KEY=seam_test2ZTo_0mEYQW2TvNDCxG5Atpj85Ffw
Next, run the code below to check you are correctly authenticated:
Javascript
Python
Ruby
PHP
// Replace with
// const Seam = require("seam")
// if not using ES6 modules and/or TypeScript.
import { Seam } from "seam";
// Seam will automatically use the SEAM_API_KEY environment
// variable if you don't provide an apiKey to `new Seam()`
const seam = new Seam();
const checkAuth = async () => {
const workspace = await seam.workspaces.get();
console.log(workspace);
}
checkAuth();
/*
{
workspace_id: 'ab804f5a-7dd2-42c8-8d09-0beff4f795eb',
name: 'Sandbox',
connect_partner_name: 'Acme',
is_sandbox: true
}
*/
from seamapi import Seam
# Seam will automatically use the SEAM_API_KEY environment variable if you
# don't provide an api_key to `Seam()`
seam = Seam()
workspace = seam.workspaces.get()
print(workspace)
# Workspace(workspace_id='ab804f5a-7dd2-42c8-8d09-0beff4f795eb',
# name='Sanbox', is_sandbox=True)
require "seamapi"
seam = Seam::Client.new(api_key: "MY_API_KEY")
workspace = seam.workspaces.get
puts workspace
# <Seam::Workspace:0x0070328
# workspace_id="123e4567-e89b-12d3-a456-426614174000"
# name="MySandbox"
# connect_partner_name="Partner Sandbox"
# is_sandbox=true>
use Seam\SeamClient;
$seam = new SeamClient("YOUR_API_KEY");
$workspace = $seam->workspaces->get();
echo json_encode($workspace);
/*
{
workspace_id: 'ab804f5a-7dd2-42c8-8d09-0beff4f795eb',
name: 'Sanbox',
connect_partner_name: 'Acme',
is_sandbox: true
}
*/