First steps
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This document contains information about how to get started on using senhasegura’s A2A module so you can use senhasegura's APIs.

Getting started

To use the A2A module, begin on senhasegura and select Grid Menu > A2A > Applications. Here’s where you create, configure, and define the usage rules for the API. On the Applications screen, you can also manage the application’s authorizations. Follow the steps below, and for additional information, access the corresponding documentation:

  1. On the Applications screen, you can:


  1. After creating an application, the next step is to generate authorization keys for this application. You can manage the authorization from the Applications screen or by navigating to Grid Menu > A2A > Authorizations for an application. This is where you can set the authorization rules for your newly created application. For more information, access the corresponding documentation:


  1. After creating an application and its authorization, you can obtain, for example, the Client ID and Client Secret from the Authorizations for an application screen. These will allow you to get an Access token to authenticate your application and make calls to the API according to the established rules.


  1. Optionally, you can access the usage records of senhasegura’s A2A APIs. For more information, access:


  1. Optionally, you can learn about the best practices for using senhasegura’s A2A APIs. For more information, access:


  1. For information on other senhasegura APIs, access the documents:

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