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Glad you are here! If you are a software developer and are looking to use the 75F API, this article walks you through the steps you needs to follow to get enrolled in the developer portal. If you are already enrolled and looking for more info, back out and look for the other articles in the section for specifics. 


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  1. You need to have a Facilisight account with access to all sites you with to read or write to.
    1. If you are not sure how to get started with 75F products and services, reach out to our sales team and they will make sure to get you on the right path for success. 
    2. If you are a software developer for a company that is already deploying 75F you'll need to request access to the sites you need from the Administrator of the Facilisight account. 
  2. Requesting access to Facilisight. Share this article with your Facilisight administrator and tell them you need a 'Secondary Manager' account for all sites that you will require access to.
    https://support.75f.io/hc/en-us/articles/360047701774-User-Management
    NOTE** When you setup your account in Facilisight it is important to set it up with standard auth username and password. DO NOT link your account with your O365 or Gmail account if you intend to access from the API

  3. Requesting access to the 75F developer portal. To do this.. 
    1. Click 'Submit a Request' in the top right of this page. [Here is a link direct to the request form]
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    2. Choose the 'API Request' option and fill out all the fields. The more detail you provide the first time the less we will need to request later. This is our record of you onboarding as a developer with 75F. 
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  4. Wait for a reply! We will get back to you as soon as we can, but be patient. There is a review process for approving new developers. We may request additional information after you send the initial request. 

 

That's it! Once you are in check out the following articles to help you ramp up! 


75F API's Overview

API Versions and URLs

Developer Portal

Oauth API

Read API

HisReadMany API

75F API's Error Returns

Developer Portal Use Cases & Examples

API Payload Examples using API's 

External API's Glossary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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