Integrating with Microsoft Power Automate
A connector allows an underlying service to talk to Microsoft Power Automate, Microsoft Power Apps, and Azure Logic Apps. It provides a way for you to connect your account’s data and leverage a set of pre-built actions and triggers that enables you to create automated workflows.
Finding our connector
Our connector is named “Ticketing.events”.
During your workflow setup, search for “Ticketing.events” in the search box.
Using our connector
Ticketing.event’s connector enables you to automate the issuance of e-tickets using data outputs from other flows.
For example, data output from an Excel Online spreadsheet, Google Sheets, or Microsoft forms can be used to set up new attendees and issue e-tickets.
Setting up authentication
In order for Microsoft Power Automate to connect to your account, authentication is needed.
We use API keys for the authentication. To obtain the key, go to your Profile page.
On your Profile page, go to the API tab.
If you haven’t generated a key before, click on the Get API Key button.
A short string composed of random characters will be generated.
Click on the Copy button to copy it and paste it in your Power Automate account when prompted to do so.
Note – subsequent clicks on the Get API key button, will invalidate the previously generated keys.