Tokens protect access to your Airfold resources.

They are required for any operation performed via the CLI or REST API, and also safeguard the endpoints you publish within Airfold.

Token Scopes

The scope of a token determines its access level and capabilities. A scope is assigned to a token upon creation.

  • Admin Scope: Grants complete access to all tables and methods. Full control over the Airfold environment.
  • Append Scope: Provides append-only access to all sources. Suitable for ingesting data into Airfold.
  • Fetch Scope: Offers read-only access to endpoints. Suitable for serving endpoints to applications.

A token is required to read endpoints from published pipes.

A token looks like this: