The following are steps to setup your credentials to start using the Data SDK for Python with HERE services. The SDK for Python requires three sets of HERE credentials.
For additional information about authentication credentials, see the Identity & Access Management Guide.
To obtain HERE platform credentials you will need to create a HERE application. To begin, go to Platform Applications and Keys, register a new app, create a key for this app, and then download its generated
credentials.properties file. Place the credentials file into:
The HERE platform generated app credentials should look similar to the example below:
here.user.id = <example_here> here.client.id = <example_here> here.access.key.id = <example_here> here.access.key.secret = <example_here> here.token.endpoint.url = <example_here>
To obtain HERE Location Service credentials you will need to generate a new App ID and App Code or Api Key. To begin, go to the HERE Developer Site, sign up for a freemium account, generate a REST App ID and App Code or Api Key, and then copy the APP ID and App Code or API Key into a
hls_credentials.properties file. Place the credentials file into:
This HERE Location Service credentials file should look similar to the example below:
app_id = <example_here> app_code = <example_here>
api_key = <example_here>
To obtain the repository credentials you will need get your maven credentials file
settings.xml. To begin, go to the repository on the HERE platform, create repository credentials, and then download the
settings.xml file. Place the credentials file in your Maven settings directory:
The repository credentials file should look similar to the example below:
<settings ...> <servers> <server> <id>HERE_PLATFORM_REPO</id> <username>#USER_NAME#</username> <password>#PASSWORD#</password> </server> </servers> ... </settings>
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