Happy Business Starts Here

Setup PostMan for Zuora RevPro Authentication

Zuora Alumni

Setup PostMan for Zuora RevPro Authentication

Getting setup to use Postman and connect to Zuora Revpro for Authentication.

  1. Download a version of Postman
  2. Once the Postman application is installed. There are a couple of Settings that should be set before you get started.
  • In the upper right side of the applicate click on the half moon/wrench.
  • Click on the Settings.
  • Screen Shot 2018-12-25 at 2.53.21 PM.png
  • Toggle the SSL certificate verification to OFF.Screen Shot 2018-12-24 at 7.52.30 AM.png




  • Click on the X in the upper right of the corner.

On the Postman main screen, set up the POST call:

Screen Shot 2018-12-24 at 1.50.17 PM.png

  1. Set call: POST
  2. Endpoint URL
  3. Select Body (only tab that needs to populate)
  4. Toggle raw setting.
  5. {“p_username”: “username”, “p_password”:  ”password”}
  6. SEND (located on the upper right of the screen)


Helpful links to Zuora Revpro API:



Helpful links to Postman:



















If you found my answer helpful, please give me a kudo ↑
Help others find answers faster by accepting my post as a solution √

Tags (3)
Community Manager

Re: Setup PostMan for Zuora RevPro Authentication

This is great! Thanks for sharing this @DonMitch23!


Another great reference is this SME session: How to Use Postman

Lana Lee | Senior Community Manager and Strategist
"A little consideration, a little thought for others, makes all the difference." —A. A. Milne
Valued Scholar

Re: Setup PostMan for Zuora RevPro Authentication

Hi Don,

Thank you for the article. I've been reviewing the api documentation to authenticate here: https://www.zuora.com/developer/revpro-api/#


I noticed that the URL you are authenticating is different than the one in the documentation. Is there another API aside from the one in the documentation above? I'm having issues authenticating (keeps indicating method not allowed) but if I use the URL you provided and the json body, it works. However the returned token doesn't seem to work (don't think it's a JWToken ?). Any help would be greatly appreciated.