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Auth tokens allow you to add additional layer of security to your videos. While we offer a way to do this through dashboard, bellow you will see how you can do that and even more through the API calls.

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  • get
    Get a single auth token by token.
    $ziggeo->authtokens()->get($token)
    
    This method returns JSON
    Example:
    <?php
    /*
    	This script will show you how to get auth token details
    
    	docs: https://ziggeo.com/docs/api/authorization-tokens/
    
    	Parameters you need to pass:
    	1. app_token
    	2. private_key
    	3. auth_token
    */
    require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . "/../Ziggeo.php");
    
    $opts = getopt("", array("app_token:", "private_key:","auth_token:"));
    
    $ziggeo = new Ziggeo($opts["app_token"], $opts["private_key"]);
    
    $result = $ziggeo->authtokens()->get($opts["auth_token"]);
    
    var_dump($result);
    
    ?>
    
  • update
    Update single auth token by token.
    $ziggeo->authtokens()->update($token_or_key, $arguments = array())
    
    1. volatile Will this object automatically be deleted if it remains empty?
    2. hidden If hidden, the token cannot be used directly.
    3. expiration_date Expiration date for the auth token (Unix epoch time format)
    4. usage_expiration_time Expiration time per session (seconds)
    5. session_limit Maximal number of sessions
    6. grants Permissions this tokens grants
    This method returns JSON
    Example:
    <?php
    /*
    	This script will show you how to update existing server side auth token
    
    	docs: https://ziggeo.com/docs/api/authorization-tokens/
    
    	Parameters you need to pass:
    	1. app_token
    	2. private_key
    	3. auth_token
    */
    require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . "/../Ziggeo.php");
    
    $opts = getopt("", array("app_token:", "private_key:","auth_token:"));
    
    $ziggeo = new Ziggeo($opts["app_token"], $opts["private_key"]);
    
    $result = $ziggeo->authtokens()->update($opts["auth_token"] ,array(
    	"grants" => array(
    		"read" => array(
    			"session_owned" => TRUE
    		)
    	),
        "usage_expiration_time" => 86400,
    	"session_limit" => 2
    
    ));
    
    var_dump($result);
    
    ?>
    
  • delete
    Delete a single auth token by token.
    $ziggeo->authtokens()->delete($token_or_key)
    
    Example:
    <?php
    /*
    	This script will show you how to delete auth token
    
    	docs: https://ziggeo.com/docs/api/authorization-tokens/
    
    	Parameters you need to pass:
    	1. app_token
    	2. private_key
    	3. auth_token
    */
    require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . "/../Ziggeo.php");
    
    $opts = getopt("", array("app_token:", "private_key:","auth_token:"));
    
    //We initialize our SDK
    $ziggeo = new Ziggeo($opts["app_token"], $opts["private_key"]);
    
    $result = $ziggeo->authtokens()->delete($opts["auth_token"]);
    
    var_dump($result);
    
    ?>
    
  • create
    Create a new auth token.
    $ziggeo->authtokens()->create($arguments = array())
    
    1. volatile Will this object automatically be deleted if it remains empty?
    2. hidden If hidden, the token cannot be used directly.
    3. expiration_date Expiration date for the auth token (Unix epoch time format)
    4. usage_expiration_time Expiration time per session (seconds)
    5. session_limit Maximal number of sessions
    6. grants Permissions this tokens grants
    This method returns JSON
    Example:
    <?php
    /*
    	This script will show you how to create server side auth tokens
    
    	docs: https://ziggeo.com/docs/api/authorization-tokens/
    
    	Parameters you need to pass:
    	1. app_token
    	2. private_key
    */
    require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . "/../Ziggeo.php");
    
    $opts = getopt("", array("app_token:", "private_key:"));
    
    //We initialize our SDK
    $ziggeo = new Ziggeo($opts["app_token"], $opts["private_key"]);
    
    $result = $ziggeo->authtokens()->create(array(
    	"grants" => array(
    		"read" => array(
    			"all" => TRUE
    		)
    	)
    ));
    
    var_dump($result);
    
    ?>