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How to integrate Postman into your Beagle Security account for API Security testing?

By Neda Ali
January 18, 2024

Postman is a very popular tool used for API testing. Here are the simple steps to follow while testing your API using Postman: 


Importing custom APIs 

  • Log into your Beagle Security account 

  • From the home dashboard, click Application 

  • Select the application from the list 


  • Click on the API Configuration button  


  • From the above screen, click on the Integrate button to integrate  

  • Similarly click on the configure button from the configuration box, if you need to configure your API 


  • After clicking on the Integrate button from the integration box, you can see a pop-up screen namely, Postman Integration 


  • From the above pop-up screen enter your Postman Key  

  • Paste the API Key from the Postman tool 

  • Click on the Connect button to continue 


How to get a Postman Key? 

To make requests to the Postman API, you must have a valid Postman API key. 

  • Open you API Keys page >> Settings>> click API Keys 

  • If you do not have one you will need to create one >> Select Generate API Key 

  • Enter a name for you Key >> Select Generate API Key 

  • Copy the API Key, once the API Keys are generated you can manage them in your workspace 


Back to Beagle Security page 


  • After clicking on the Connect button, you will see the Workspace screen 

  • Select your Workspace from the dropdown list given 

  • Select your Collection from the dropdown box 

  • Finally, select the Environment which is optional  

  • Click Next to Continue 


  • Different APIs and the key and value of the selected Environment is displayed on the screen 

  • Click on the Next button to continue 


  • In the Run Scripts page, select any queries >> click on the Run button  

  • The queries in progress will be displayed on the left side of the screen 

  • Click on Next button to continue 


  • You can initiate your test by clicking on the Start Test button 

  • Click on the Finish button 




Environments store variables in the form of key-value pairs, essentially serving as contexts for API requests.  

Note: This page is a ‘view only page’. Every configuration done in the Postman tool will be integrated to this page. 




As Global Authorization is enabled, the related data will be reflected here. This method will be used for every request in the collection. This can be overridden by specifying one in the request. 

Note: This page is a ‘view only page’. If unmatched configuration is selected, an error message will pop on the top right of the dashboard.  




Collection from Postman groups are similar individual API requests. Users can share the collection with headers, body, URL parameters, authorization configuration etc. 

  • Select Collections from the left side menu bar 

  • Click on any APIs to view the details 

  • Click on the send button 

  • You can check Parameters, Authorization, Headers, Body, Pre- Request Script and Automation from the screen 









Pre-Requisite Script 




Run Scripts 


Here you can build integration test suites, transfer data between API requests, and establish workflows that replicate your real-world API scenarios. 

  • Select Run Scripts from the left side menu bar 

  • Click on the Scripts to run >> click the Run button

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