Thanks in Advance.
I need to access any two API's GET and POST of visa through Postman and need to create API automation using Java library like HTTP or rest assured.
I am not sure if I can directly access the API's through Postman and consume it with any sample data. I am new to the visa developer community. Please suggest how can I access any API and create an automation test on that API.
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Postman is an API development and testing solution that allows developers to quickly create and execute RESTful API functional tests. Here's the user guide for Postman – https://developer.visa.com/pages/working-with-visa-apis/two-way-ssl#testing_twoway_ssl_connectivity_...
To get started with your Visa Developer application project, please refer to the "Working with Visa APIs" link below to develop a Visa Developer application. https://developer.visa.com/pages/working-with-visa-apis
The "Working With Visa APIs" guide provides the primary steps on how to create an application, credentials, and connection validation. After you're finished testing your App in sandbox, submit a production request and your Application will get evaluated. If you have other questions, please reach out to us and someone will be happy to help.
Thanks for the help. I followed the solution and I am able to make one Post call "https://sandbox.api.visa.com/forexrates/v1/foreignexchangerates" but when I am trying to make a get call I am getting error although I added correct cert file and key file in certificates. Also in basic auth provided correct credentials.
For error cause and resolution please go to this page or refer to below - https://developer.visa.com/pages/visa-developer-error-codes
|HTTP STATUS||HTTP CODE||CAUSE/RESOLUTION|
Depending on the authentication/encryption mechanism being used, this could be due any of the following reasons. If you are unable to root-cause the same from the possible reasons below, please contact Visa Support at email@example.com with the details of the error message, and full http request, response details.
Two-Way SSL (Mutual Authentication):
This could be due to any of the following scenarios in Message Level Encryption (JWE):