With the Manage API Tokens, you can create, enumerate and revoke different API tokens that let you get logged in to the server sans requireing any password. An API token may be used to authenticate with the remote API or WHM.
This comes really handy, for instance, in enabling resellers or 3rd party web developers to run any API function calls with your account information. Presently, using API tokens are allowed with the undermentioned features:
Also you can’t create any API token for the suspended accounts. If you alter the username of your cPanel account in the Modify an Account interface in WHM vide (Home >> Accounts >> Modify an Account), API tokens related to that account will still be functioning. And if you delete your account with cPanel, the system revokes the API token associated with that account, automatically.
The table namely API Tokens features following data.
While looking for an API token, you need to insert the term in Search box. The interface will automatically filter the token names while you type. To refresh the token list, choose the gear icon next to Actions column followed by clicking Refresh List.
While creating an API token, follow the below-mentioned steps:
Please note that the maximum length of the token name is 50 characters containing only alphanumeric characters as well as underscores and dashes.
Make sure you save the token in a safe location on the workstation. You can’t access your token after navigating away from that interface or refreshing the table namely API Tokens.
While revoking a token, follow the undermentioned steps.