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Authentication. Zuora recommends that you use OAuth to authenticate to the Zuora REST API. Create a dedicated user for making API calls. See Create an API User for details. This step must be performed by a Zuora administrator of your organization and the user should be connected to an internal email address.
SSO-enabled users need to log in from the identity provider’s login page to access the Zuora application. Service provider-initiated login is not supported. The following requirements apply to Zuora SSO users: A Zuora user must have one unique federated ID assigned in order to use SSO.
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The naming convention of your Zuora Central Sandbox login username is: <username>_<tenant id> where <username> is your username of Zuora production environment and the <tenant id> is your Zuora Central Sandbox tenant Id that is sent to you when your Zuora Central Sandbox environment is provisioned. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org_10000001.
The API Sandbox is Zuora‘s "release preview" environment. It is a customer facing, multi-tenant environment that gets code deployed to it before Zuora‘s production environment. How early code gets deployed depends on the type of release: Major releases are usually deployed a week in advance, whereas minor releases and emergency patches get …