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POST /application

This service is for registering an application in our system and returning an application token and an expiration date until which the token is valid. The token can then be used for application authentication.

On success, the HTTP status code in the response is 200 OK

If there is already an application name associated with the same mail that you are sending, you will receive a 409 Conflict.

Resource URL

Resource Information

Input Parameters

This service consumes a JSON object called ApplicationRegistrationForm and it is mandatory that you send it. It contains the information required for registering an application in our system:

Parameter nameTypeDescription
applicationNameStringThe name of the application. It can't be null and exceed 250 characters
applicationEmailStringThe application email. It can't be null and needs to assume an email structure "someone@domain"


This service produces a JSON object, called LoginResponse with the following structure:

Parameter nameTypeDescription
applicationNameStringThe name of the application you've registered.
applicationEmailStringThe email of the application you've registered
applicationTokenStringThe token that is associated with your application and that will be used to authenticate requests
expirationDateDateThe date in which the token expires
numberOfConnectionsIntegerThe number of simultaneous connections the registered application can have with our system

Example Request

Content-Type: application/json


"applicationName":"Test Application"


Example Response (Success)

HTTP/1.1 200 OK



"applicationName":"Test Application",





Example Response (Conflict)

HTTP/1.1 409 Conflict


"applicationMessage":"The request could not be completed due to a conflict with the current state of the resource",

"consumerMessage":"An application already exists with that name and email."