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401 zero footprint api

I downloaded the Zero-footprint-api postman collection.

I filled in our apiKey and apiSecret.
Next: getting the top-level groups works.

Entering the id of a top-level group in the environment and performing the Simple Screening request from the postman collection fails.

First: the variables in the url of the request seem to be wrong. It uses the following variables: { {protocol}}{ {zfs-gateway-host}}{ {zfs-gateway-url}} which are not found in the environment of the postman collection.

Second: I hope to find the correct urls, so looking on this page: https://developers.refinitiv.com/en/api-catalog/customer-and-third-party-screening/world-check-one-zero-footprint-screening-api/quick-start
At the section "Testing Environment" is stated literally:

The typed url states https://api-worldcheck.refinitiv.com/v1/ but the effective hyperlink behind the first part of the text (https://api-worldcheck.refinitiv.com) is https://zfs-world-check-one-api-pilot.thomsonreuters.com/v1/ and behind the second part (/v1/) is https://rms-world-check-one-api-pilot.thomsonreuters.com/v1/
So... which one is it?

Trying in postman it seems to be that the ones with thomsonreuters.com don't exist anymore. So it has to be https://api-worldcheck.refinitiv.com/v1/ ?

(But the image underneath on that page uses thomsonreteuters.com)

If I try with https://api-worldcheck.refinitiv.com/v1/, I receive 401 Unauthorized.

The cURL output of postman is this:

curl --location --request POST 'https://api-worldcheck.refinitiv.com/v1/cases/screeningRequest' \
--header 'Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2022 11:19:20 GMT' \
--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
--header 'Authorization: Signature keyId="xxxxxx",algorithm="hmac-sha256",headers="(request-target) host date content-type content-length",signature="xxxxxx"' \
--header 'Content-Length: 158' \
--data-raw '{
  "groupId":"5jb86qluue9e1h1fnpqjlhzi9",
  "entityType": "INDIVIDUAL",
  "providerTypes": [
    "WATCHLIST"
  ],
  "name": "putin",
  "secondaryFields":[]
}'


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Hi @ken04,

Thank you for reaching out.


Please note that our Zero-footprint screening (ZFS) Postman collection have been upgraded to new version including the URLs. The same goes for our World-Check One documentation and further readings.

To find out more about Zero-footprint screening (ZFS) upgraded collection head to the following link:

https://developers.refinitiv.com/content/dam/devportal/en_us/product-docs/wc1-api/index.html

Your developer login credentials should suffice to gain access to the above link.

After having access to the above link scroll down the page and click on Zero-Footprint Screening - V2 or Zero-Footprint Screening - V1

Under the heading Sample Use Cases, you will see the link Sample API HTTP requests for ZFS (Postman Collection) - V2 which you need to right-click on and save the link as a JSON file. Further within the text under the heading Sample Use Case repeat the same step as above to download the World-Check One API V2 environment. Import both collection and environment your client application such as Postman.


Please feel free to reach out if you have further questions.


Best regards,


Virgill


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