Intely Apps can have one or multiple interfaces. An App Interface represents and defines a specific communication method and protocol an application or system supports. Some common examples of interfaces are FHIR R4, Default or Standard API, File, or Message.
Each app interface will contain definitions for authentication, authorization methods, and endpoints. Based on app requirements, rate limiting can also be defined per interface to prevent overload and maintain performance.
Supported Authorization Methods:
- Basic Auth
- API Key
- Bearer Token
For Network Interfaces, you will need to define IP Address and Port info by providing to a member of the Intely Team.
Although the authorization method, base URL, token or authorization URL, and OAuth Credentials can be defined on the interface, it is common that these vary by connection instance (i.e., each connection may have different Base URLs, Authorization URLs, and credentials).
Instance fields allow you to set specific definitions for a connection instance and map how they should be used in the request. It's important to look at a vendor's integration or API docs to ensure that the interface you are building in the Intely Platform conforms to their authorization.
Updated 9 months ago