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Bearer token authentication with PVA

I am trying to automate the process to export the botContent by hitting this endpoint:


This is possible by providing the X-CCI-TenantId, X-CCI-BotId, and a bearer token. As of now the only way I know how to retrieve the token is by logging into the PVA environment, opening up dev tools and grabbing it from a request in the network tab. Is there an endpoint that can be used to get a token to authenticate with the PVA?

One process I was considering:

I have not started the process of getting this app admin consent because I don't know if this is a viable solution. Any suggestions on a good method to obtain the token? This will be done regularly, and for a few bots so some automation would be very beneficial.

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There could be multiple options as you have already mentioned, however, as low-code approach, I would go for power automate and use Http with Azure connector.



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Hi @v-miroys ,


Do you have a preference to get data from PVA using PVA API?

Because you can use the DataVerse API, all data are storing inside the MS DataVerse and it's more easier than create App Registration, consent the App, etc.


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