Truv offers a Postman collection for a no-code way to get started with the Truv. Follow the step-by-step guide below:

Postman Setup

:one: Install Postman.

:two: Add the Postman collection.

Run in Postman

:three: Select the environment from the dropdown in the upper right-hand corner.

:four: Add your Client ID and Access key for the selected environment.

  1. Click the Environment Quick Look item in the upper right corner.
  2. Click Edit for the specific environment.
  3. Add or modify the clientID and accessKey variables. The values for your credentials can be found in your Dashboard.
  4. Click Save near the upper right corner.

Make API Requests

:one: Open Postman's Collections section on the left side of the window.

:two: Expand the Public Truv API item.

:three: Expand bridge-tokens and select the Create Bridge Token endpoint.

:four: Set your credentials in the header.

  1. Click the Headers tab. You will see line items for X-Access-Client-Id and X-Access-Secret.
  2. In the Value column, input your Client ID and Access key, found in your Truv Dashboard.
  3. If the user already established these as environment variables named clientId and accessKey, then the user would input the variables in the Value column as "{{clientId}}" and "{{accessKey}}".

:five: Prepare the request.

  1. Click on the Body tab.
  2. Choose form-data below.
  3. Add a product_type key.
  4. Set the value of product_type to the product you want to use (e.g., "income", "employment", etc.)
  5. Refer to Create Bridge Token.

:six: Click the Send button.

When the request is complete you can review the response returned by Truv in the Response section below the Request section.