- Authorization Server API
Deleting an API Key
It’s good practice to create an API key with minimal privileges for one precise and exclusive purpose and delete this API key from the Coveo Cloud organization when it’s no longer needed for that purpose.
You can’t undo an API key delete operation. If you’re not entirely sure you should delete a specific API key, consider disabling it instead.
Use the Delete an api key operation to completely remove an API key from a specific Coveo Cloud organization.
DELETE https://platform.cloud.coveo.com/rest/organizations/<MyOrganizationId>/apikeys/<MyApiKeyId> HTTP/1.1 Accept: application/json Authorization: Bearer <MyAccessToken>
In the request path:
- You replace
<MyOrganizationId>with the actual ID of the target Coveo Cloud organization (see Retrieving the ID of a Coveo Cloud V2 Organization).
<MyApiKeyId>with the actual ID of the API key you want to delete (see Getting the apiKeyId).
Authorization HTTP header:
<MyAccessToken>with an access token (API key or OAuth2 token) that grants the privilege to edit API keys in the target organization (see Getting Your Coveo V2 Platform Access Token and Getting the Privileges of an Access Token).
It’s impossible to authenticate this call using an API key, since an API key can’t have the privilege to edit or view other API keys.
A successful response has no content, but signifies that the API key corresponding to the API key ID you provide as a path argument no longer exists in the target organization.
Deleting an API key in a Coveo Cloud organization
DELETE https://platform.cloud.coveo.com/rest/organizations/mycoveocloudv2organizationg8tp8wu3/apikeys/wduuqg3ip2c3i3gpopapxhcgxe HTTP/1.1 Accept: application/json Authorization: Bearer **********-****-****-****-************
Successful response - 204 No Content