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Postman Collection

Work in Progress

The Postman collection is a work in progress. It contains all requests, but some may lack descriptions or pre-set parameters.

This documentation is available as a Postman collection.

Use the link below to open collection source:

Open Collection JSON

Setup collection in Postman

  1. If you don't have a workspace, create one.

    Create Workspace in Postman Create Workspace in Postman

  2. In your workspace, click the import button:

    Import Collection in Postman Import Collection in Postman

    Select the Link tab. Enter a link to the collection:

    Click the Continue button. Import collection as link Import collection as link

    Copy the collection source. Select the Raw text tab. Paste the copied file into the text field: Import collection as raw JSON Import collection as raw JSON

    Click the Continue button.

    Select the File tab. Click the Choose Files button. Import collection as file Import collection as file Select the .json file with the collection. Choose file Choose file

  3. Click the Import button. Import button Import button

  4. After importing the collection, click on the collection folder to set the necessary variables:

    Set folder variables Set folder variables


This collection uses the Token Authentication. You should specify your token in the api-token variable.

You can generate this token either with SAYMON UI or with the imported collection itself.

To generate the token in Postman follow these steps:

  • Setup saymonHostname, username, and password variables.
  • Open the SAYMON REST API/Authentication/Authentication Token/Create Authentication Token and click the Send button to send the Create Authentication Token request.
  • Set the api-token collection variable to the authentication token, returned in the response. Don't include the quotation marks.