Connect to MyRadar
Learn how to connect MyRadar to Retool.
You can connect to the MyRadar API and make it available as a REST API resource in Retool. Once complete, your users can write queries that interact with MyRadar data.
All users for Retool organizations on Free or Team plans have global Edit permissions and can add, edit, and remove resources. If your organization manages user permissions for resources, you must be a member of a group with Edit all permissions.
To create a MyRadar resource, you need a Subscription Key. You can find this in the MyRadar Developer Portal.
1. Create a new resource
Sign in to your Retool organization and navigate to the Resources tab. Click Create new, then select Resource.
2. Select the resource type
Retool can connect to almost any API or database, and has built-in integrations for popular data sources. Select the REST API resource type.
3. Configure the resource
Specify a name and location for the MyRadar resource. Retool displays the resource name and type in query editors to help users identify them. Next, configure the required settings.
|Base URL||The base forecast endpoint (|
|Subscription Key||The Subscription Key used for authentication.|
Click Test Connection to verify that Retool can connect to MyRadar. If the test fails, check the resource settings and try again. Testing a connection only checks whether Retool can successfully connect to the resource. It cannot check whether the provided credentials have sufficient privileges or can perform every supported action.
4. Save the resource
Click Create resource to complete the setup. You can then click either Create app to immediately start building a Retool app or Back to resources to return to the list of resources.
Your MyRadar resource is now ready to use. To interact with MyRadar data, select the resource in the query editor. You can specify the API endpoint to use when writing a query.
Updated 13 days ago