Taking a user through a session is about obtaining consent to access their data (eg: an existing bank account), or creating new value for that user (eg: selling a new insurance). In both cases, there is at least one target object created at the middleware level.
Finqware does not store data that identifies the owner, but we return a
credentials_idthat represents your acccess point to these objects.
Practical example: for an account information skill backed by PSD2 AISP, a user may give their consent to access three bank accounts. In this case, your generated
credentials_idwill point to these three objects.
An API call where
credentials_idis specified, needs to be authorized by its respective
Your user may have multiple pairs of [
access_token] depending on how many resources they decide to access through your app. Plan and design your user database considering this aspect.