Authorized Services
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To be able to extract data into your sources and insert them into your destination, most of the services require authentification.

Navigate to Authorizers and click on Authorize New Service to authenticate your service.

Add a New Authorized Service When Creating a Source or Destination

You can also authorize a new service directly when creating a new source or destination.

When creating a source, you will be asked to authorize your account. You will be either redirected to the service's login page or will be asked to fill in your API credentials directly in the app.

Similarly, when creating a destination, you will be asked to first connect your account to then finalize the configuration. You will be either redirected to the service's login page or asked to fill in your connection details such as host, database, and credentials.

Once you login or fill in the credentials, we will save it as an authorized service and you will be able to finalise the configuration of the destination.

List of Authorized Services

To see the list of all your authorized services or add a new one, navigate to the Authorizers tab at the top of the page.

Test and Debug Your Service

Here, you can also test and debug your service by clicking on the three dots and selecting Test. A detailed connection log will be available.

Edit Your Service

Click on the three dots at your service and select Edit.

Depending on the service type, you will be either able to update the settings as needed directly in the app, or you will be able to click on Reauthorize. In the second case, you will be redirected to the service's login to follow the OAuth2 flow.

Delete a Service

Click on the three dots at your service and select Delete. You will be able to delete the authorizer only after you delete all the sources and/or destinations connected to it.


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