Manage Requests from Developers

Administrators and API owners can review, accept, and reject requests from developers using the Requests page. The Requests page lists the following request types: 
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Administrators and API owners can review, accept, and reject requests from developers using the Requests page. The Requests page lists the following request types: 
  • Registration requests from developers who want to an organization account
  • Application requests from developers who want a key for their application
API owners can review, accept, and reject only application requests.
In this article:
Review and Accept or Reject a Request
  1. Select
    Administration
    Requests
    .
    The Requests page appears.
  2. (Optional) To limit the list of requests, select 
    Filter
    , then use the 
    Request Type
     filter or 
    Organization Name
     filter or both.
  3. (Optional) To view more information about a request, select 
    View Details
    .
    The Request Details page opens.
     To go from the Request Details page back to the Request page, click the browser
    Back
    button.
  4. Select 
    Accept
     or 
    Reject
    .
    If you reject the request, the Request Rejected dialog appears. Use it to send an explanation to the developer. Then the developer can revise and resubmit the request.
Registration Requests
Only administrators can review, accept, and reject registration requests. When you accept a registration request, the developer who sent the request receives a standard email message. The message contains a link. The developer can select the link to open the Account Setup page in their browser. The developer must complete that page.
When you reject a registration request, the Request Rejected dialog displays. You can send an email message to the developer from this dialog. We recommend that you send a message to the developer that clearly states why you rejected the request. Then the developer can revise and resubmit the request. If the developer resubmits the request, then the Request Details page shows you the message that you sent when you rejected the request.
Application Requests
Administrators and API owners can review, accept, and reject application requests. When you accept an application request, the developer receives an API key for the application. The developer must add the key to their application so that the application can consume your APIs.