As with all software, it’s important to get it working, and then keep it working. Ravelin has multiple features to aid you in testing your integration.
You should ensure that you are listening to the action that Ravelin returns, and handling it appropriately.
Set the login.username field to an email address using one of the following three email domains to force a specific action from the Login (v3) endpoint.
These values will only work in your sandbox account.
Networks are inherently unreliable. Your system should be robust against slow responses from the network and from Ravelin.
Ravelin-Min-Latency header, with the specified delay in milliseconds to
force requests you make to take at least the specified duration in milliseconds
on Ravelin’s servers. This can be used to test your system’s behaviour when an abnormal increase
in network latency, or Ravelin’s latency occurs.
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