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Activating Web Services
|1.||On the Admin menu, select System > Web Services > SOAP/XML-RPC Roles.|
|2.||Click the Add New Role button.|
|3.||In the Role Information section, enter a Role Name such as “API.”|
|4.||In the panel on the left, select Role Resources. Then do one of the following:|
- To enable full access, set Resource Access to “All.”
- To provide limited access to data, set Resource Access to “Custom.” Then, select the checkbox of each resource that is available to this role.
- By default, when a area is selected, full access is granted. However, you can specify the actions that a person is allowed to take. Specific types of access are listed under many of the resource links, so it is easy to determine exactly what a user is allowed to do with the resource.
|5.||When complete, click the Save Role button.|
|1.||On the Admin menu, select System > Web Services > SOAP/XML-RPC-Users.|
|2.||Click the Add New User button.|
|3.||Complete the following fields:|
- User Name
- First Name
- Last Name
|4.||In the API Key field, type in a verification key, or password. This is the access credentials that third-party web services will use to access your Magento store.|
|5.||To confirm, re-enter the key in the API Key Confirmation field.|
|6.||In the panel on the left, select User Role. Then, select a role for the user.|
|7.||When complete, click the Save User button.|