To send or receive data through the HTTP adapter you can use the provided Bosch IoT Hub - HTTP adapter apidocs UI.
You have subscribed to the Bosch IoT Device Management service.
You have registered a test device in the device connectivity layer (Bosch IoT Hub).
You have created credentials for the given device.
The consumer application connected to the device connectivity layer is typically the digital twin layer (Bosch IoT Things).
Click the Authorize button.
Only authenticated devices are allowed to send messages to Bosch IoT Hub. To prove its identity your device has to pass the credentials (see the prerequisites above).
Enter the credentials.
The Username is made up of the auth-id defined for the device credential followed by an @ and the id of your tenant.
Examples: if you have chosen "auth-id": "little-sensor" and your tenant-id is t123456789abcdef123456789abcdef12,
the username will be: little-sensor@t123456789abcdef123456789abcdef12.
The Password is the plaintext password that was created during the device registration.
Your are now logged in to the Bosch IoT Hub - HTTP adapter.
To easily get the auth-id of your device or the complete Username, use the Bosch IoT Suite UI:
Navigate to the Bosch IoT Suite UI > Things view.
Select the relevant device from the list of things.
Select Device to open the Device blade.
Click the value in the Auth ID field.
Click the copy button after the Authentication ID or the Username, to copy the value to your clipboard.