We have a Postman collection available at Postman

Why Use Postman

Get up and running in seconds
Instead of creating calls manually to send over the command line, all you need is a Postman Collection - Conveniently located above.

Parameterize your requests
Use our built-in library of dynamic variables to generate dynamic dummy data for testing multiple iterations of the same request with different values.

Inspect responses
View the status code, response time, and response size. Postman's automatic language detection, link and syntax highlighting, search, and text formatting options make it easy to inspect the response body.

Code Snippet Generation
Postman offers a great tool to generate code snippets to help your devs to get going.

How to use

  1. Open Postman and Import the Eclipse Postman Collection above.


  1. Set your Collection Variables
    a. Click ‘Ukheshe Technologies : Eclipse REST API - Public’ collection
    b. Click variables tab
    c. Enter tenantIdentity variable
    d. Enter tenantPassword variable
    e. Many more predefined variables are located here, many will be automatically populated after some requests are made, using predefined test cases

Set Collection Variables

  1. Run tenant auth request, this will persist your jwt token to a variable for all next requests. (needs to be redone when jwt expires)

Run Tenant Auth Request

  1. Now you can go ahead and try any of the Eclipse API’s

Call API's