Creates a item and syncs all the products with the financial institution, using as credentials the sent parameters.

To submit the connector's credentials we are going to build a credentials object.
This object will contain each credential necessary to execute the connector, as detailed in the GET /connectors, that returns a credentials array.

This object will be created as key-value pairs, being the name of the credential the key, and the user's input the value.


	 "credentials": [
       "label": "Agência",
       "name": "agency",
       "type": "number",
       "placeholder": "Agência",
       "validation": "^\\d{4}$",
       "validationMessage": "O agencia deve ter 4 dígito"
       "label": "Conta",
       "name": "account",
       "type": "number",
       "placeholder": "Conta",
       "validation": "^\\d{4,6}$",
       "validationMessage": "O conta deve ter 6 dígito"
       "label": "Senha",
       "name": "password",
       "type": "number",
       "placeholder": "Senha",
       "validation": "^\\d{6}$",
       "validationMessage": "O senha deve ter 6 dígito"
  "agency": "1234",
  "account": "123456",
  "password": "123456"

Encrypted credentials

When creating an Item, you can send the parameters (user credentials) encrypted. This gives our clients the possibility to add another security layer while connecting accounts.

In order to do it, first you should request the creation of an RSA Public Key for your application to our operations team. Then, within your programming language and using this public key, you should encrypt the parameters object and encode it in Base64, and send that string as parameters instead of an object.

The same logic applies to updates in the case of credentials updates.

Technical considerations: The padding property used to encrypt/decrypt is RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING

Click Try It! to start a request and see the response here!