Authorization API


Renews the OAuth access token after two hours or more of inactivity.


If the application does not make any requests for two hours, the access token is inactivated. In this inactive state, the access token is not valid for authorizing requests. It must be reactivated using the Renew Access Token API. By default the access token expires at midnight US Eastern time. Once the token has expired, no further requests will be processed until the user logs in again and the application secures a new access token.

HTTP Method: GET

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Property Type Required? Description Allowable Values
oauth_consumer_key header yes The value used by the consumer to identify itself to the service provider.
oauth_timestamp header yes The date and time of the request, in epoch time. Must be accurate to within five minutes.
oauth_nonce header yes A nonce, as described in the authorization guide - roughly, an arbitrary or random value that cannot be used again with the same timestamp.
oauth_signature_method header yes The signature method used by the consumer to sign the request. The only supported value is HMAC-SHA1.
oauth_signature header yes Signature generated with the shared secret and token secret using the specified oauth_signature_method, as described in OAuth documentation.
oauth_token header yes The consumer’s access token to be renewed.


Status Code Reason Response Model Error Code
200 Successful Operation. Renew Access Token
400 There is issue with input
500 An unexpected error has occurred. The error has been logged and is being investigated.

Renew Access Token Request URL

HTTP header

Authorization: OAuth realm="",oauth_signature="FjoSQaFDKEDK1FJazlY3xArNflk%3D",oauth_nonce="LTg2ODUzOTQ5MTEzMTY3MzQwMzE%3D",
          oauth_signature_method="HMAC-SHA1",oauth_consumer_key= "282683cc9e4b8fc81dea6bc687d46758",oauth_timestamp="1273254425",


                    Access Token has been renewed