How to get the API Token for Jenkins

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Hi Team,

I am trying to use the Jenkins rest API. But I am not able to find the API key. How can I get the API?
Oct 26, 2020 in Jenkins by akhtar
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You can find the API key from the Jenkins web browser. Follow the below-given steps to find the API key.

  1. Log in to Jenkins.

  2. Click your name.

  3. Click Configure.

  4. Click Show API Token.

The API token is revealed. You can also change the token by clicking the Change API Token button.

answered Oct 26, 2020 by MD
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