TDV Adapter for Adobe Analytics

Build 21.0.8137

Creating a Custom OAuth App

You must create a custom OAuth app to connect to the Adobe Analytics.

Create an App for OAuth Integration

Follow the steps below to create a custom app and obtain the connection properties in a specific OAuth authentication flow.

  • Navigate to the following URL: https://console.adobe.io/home.
  • Click the Create new project button.
  • Select the Add API option.
  • Select Adobe Analytics, click Next, and then select OAuth and then click Next again.
  • Select the Web option and fill out the redirect URIs. For a desktop application, you can use a localhost URL such as https://localhost:33333. For a web application, supply the URL of the page to redirect to on your website.
  • Click Save configured API.
Your client is now created. Notice your client has an Client ID (API Key) and a Client Secret. These will be needed to get your auth code and to generate access tokens.

Create an App for Service Account Integration

Follow the steps below to create a custom app and obtain the connection properties in a specific Service Account authentication flow.

  • Navigate to the following URL: https://console.adobe.io/home.
  • Click the Create new project button.
  • Select the Add API option.
  • Select Adobe Analytics, click Next, and then select Service Account (JWT) and then click Next again.
  • Choose either to Generate a key pair or Upload your public key. If you choose to Generate a key pair, save the config.zip file locally as this contains the certificate you'll need to complete the connection. Click Next after the key is created or uploaded.
  • Creating Your Own Public Key Certificate
    • MacOS and Linux
      Open a terminal and execute the following command:
      openssl req -x509 -sha256 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout private.key -out certificate_pub.crt
    • Windows
      Download an OpenSSL client such as OpenSSL Light to generate public certificates. The following steps will be for OpenSSL Light
      Open a command line window and execute the following commands:
      1) cd "C:\Program Files\OpenSSL-Win64\bin"
      2) .\openssl.exe req -x509 -sha256 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout private.key -out certificate_pub.crt
  • Select one or more product profiles (in product profiles you can set permissions of the app.) and then click Save configured API.
Your client is now created. Notice your client has Client ID (API Key), Client Secret, Organization ID and Technical account ID. These will be needed to get JWT token and to generate access tokens.

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