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Type: Connection Input
The Connection Property


Type: String
The base url for the Zoom api, currently that is """. This url should used unless the Zoom API documentation specifies otherwise.


Type: Password

The "Bearer" token generated through the JWT-Token process. Instructions on generating the token can be found at the bottom of the article.


Type: Boolean
When toggled on, failures will come through directly as API responses and will NOT cause the node to completely fail.


Type: String Input
Contains the ID of the operation chosen from a Node Sample. This property shouldn't be manually changed.


Type: String Input
A generated description of the operation based on what was available in the Swagger document.


Type: Multiline Text Input
Contains the request payload (usually JSON) that provides the detail of the operation to perform. A sample value for this property is populated when a Node Sample is selected.


Type: Multiline Text Output
Contains the response payload (usually JSON) as received from the API. Where possible, a sample value of this property is populated when a Node Sample is selected.


Type: Type: String Output
Contains the response code returned from the API Server. 200 = Success etc.


Custom Inputs

This Node supports Custom Input Properties and the appropriate properties will be added to the Node when a Node Sample is selected. These Properties are resolved into parameters in the URL that is generated for the request. For example, if the operation will query a customer record, the Swagger document may specify the URL template as /customers/{customerId} . In this case, a Custom Property called customerId will be added to the Node when a "get customer" Node Sample is selected.

Using Query String Parameters

When selecting samples that support query string parameters, the Node will be populated with Custom Properties such as conditions and orderBy. Providing values on these properties will cause them to be incorporated into the request URL that is generated.

See Also

Generating an Access Token

Our Zoom node uses private apps with Jason Web Tokens (JWT) to provide account-level access to your Zoom. Below articles describe the process for working with the JTW's to eventually acquire the bearer access token used in the connection.

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