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RPM 10 can now receive the API key as a request header

Back in 2013 we introduced a requirement that API keys had to be sent as the first attribute of the JSON payload, this was meant to allow some optimization when processing the request. This introduced a problem with JSON libraries

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New API Error Format in 8.0

RPM 8.0 is bringing a change in the way errors in API results are structured. On previous versions of RPM, when a call generated an error the response looked like this: The new syntax that you will be getting in

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Upcoming Change: Key goes First

On an upcoming update to RPM, the system will start requiring that the key be the first piece of data to be present in the request data. Like this: { “Key”: “<Your API Key>”, … <“Rest of the Request Data>

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