What happens to my API login session if the SnapStream Broker service is restarted?

Question:

What happens to my API login session if the SnapStream Broker service is restarted?

Answer:

When your API application logs into SnapStream, it receives an authentication token. In every request to the SnapStream API, this token is given to the API to validate authorization. These authentication tokens are stored in memory in the SnapStream Broker Service. When the SnapStream Broker Service is restarted, any previous authentication tokens are invalid. Login() needs to happen again to get a new authentication token that is valid in order for your other API calls to work

Additional Notes:

None

Applies to Version:

SnapStream 8.0 and above.

Keywords:

API broker login token

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