Test with Subscriptions API

You can use the test environment to check how the API works.

To access the API:

  • If you are using the Merchant Portal, then use section API Keys and create accounts allowing you to work with the API in the test environment
  • Otherwise, contact our support team to set up a connection

No additional authorization is required to work with the test environment. Apply only the authorization data required to use the Subscriptions API.

Test Environment Links

Authorization to access API https://api.ecommerce.noventiq.com.demoslweb.com/v1/login_check
Get subscription data https://api.ecommerce.noventiq.com.demoslweb.com/v1/subscription
Change subscription expiration date https://api.ecommerce.noventiq.com.demoslweb.com/v1/subscription/modify_expiration_date
Change subscription activity (cancel / resume subscription) https://api.ecommerce.noventiq.com.demoslweb.com/v1/subscription/modify_activity
Change next subscription renewal price https://api.ecommerce.noventiq.com.demoslweb.com/v1/subscription/modify_next_billing_price
Change next renewal product name https://api.ecommerce.noventiq.com.demoslweb.com/v1/subscription/modify_next_product_name
Download a request collection

To work with a collection:

  • Get access to the API.
  • Import the collection into Postman. You have to insert the link leading to the collection into the Import window.
Importing into Postman via URL
  • Set the following variables:
    • UsernamePassword – enter your username и password to authorize via the Authentication API.
    • Base API URL - insert a necessary URL according to the environment in which you want to make the request:
      • https://api.ecommerce.noventiq.com.demoslweb.com - test environment
      • https://api.ecommerce.noventiq.com - production environment
      You can create several sets of environment variables in Postman (e.g., for the test environment and for the production environment) and switch between them when transferring the request.
  • Make the Get token for authentication (/v1/login_check) request from the collection and get a token.
  • Enter the value of the token received into Token in Postman.
Example of variables set up in Postman

After that, you can use the requests of the collection.

Example of request in Postman
Viewing variable values to be inserted into a request when transferring