Zynk Workflow Documentation

All of the tasks in the Magento V2 connector require a connection to Magento, so you will need to create a connection with the type ‘Magento V2’. See Managing Connections for instructions on creating a new connection. You will see a screen like the one below.

Magento V2 Connection

Please note, if you are on a Zynk version equal to or higher than 2.21.0 then you can optionally create a token from your Magento admin by going to System -> Integrations -> Add New Integration.

Enter your Magento details as described below, then click ‘Finish’ to create the connection.

API Endpoint

POST /V1/integration/admin/token

Settings

URL

Required
Enter the URL for your Magento website (e.g. http://www.mymagentosite.com/).

Username

Optional
Enter the username you use to sign in to the administration section of the website. This is not stored by Zynk, and is only used to generate the token.

Password

Optional
Enter the password you use to sign in to the administration section of the website. This is not stored by Zynk, and is only used to generate the token.

Token

Required
Click the ‘Generate’ button to generate an ‘Admin’ API token. Alternatively, an ‘Integration’ token can be generated within Magento V2 by navigating to System > Integrations -> Add New Integration. Once an integration token has been generated, the ‘Access Token’ value can be used for the token Magento V2 connection.

The primary difference between the token types is the default lifetime. For further information, refer to the Magento DevDocs - Token-based authentication article.

HTTP Auth Username

Optional
If your Magento website uses HTTP basic authentication, enter the username here.

HTTP Auth Password

Optional
If your Magento website uses HTTP basic authentication, enter the password here.

Keep Alive

Optional
Tick this box to set the keep alive header in all HTTP requests to the Magento API.


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