Create a funding sources token for dwolla.js #

Dwolla.js is a client-side library that allows you to add a funding source for your Customer without having any sensitive data hit your server. This section details how to create a token that will be sent to the client and used to authenticate the HTTP request asking Dwolla to add a new funding source.

Refer to our Dwolla.js developer guide to learn more on how to utilize this single-use funding-sources-token to add funding source for a Customer.

HTTP Request #

POST https://api.dwolla.com/customers/{id}/funding-sources-token

Request parameters #

ParameterRequiredTypeDescription
idyesstringCustomer unique identifier.

HTTP status and error codes #

HTTP StatusMessage
404Customer not found.

Request and response #

JavaScript
// Using dwolla-v2 - https://github.com/Dwolla/dwolla-v2-node
var customerUrl =
  "https://api-sandbox.dwolla.com/customers/06b51d56-7a6c-4535-a0cc-2c0106f56ba6";

dwolla
  .post(`${customerUrl}/funding-sources-token`)
  .then((res) => res.body.token); // => 'lr0Ax1zwIpeXXt8sJDiVXjPbwEeGO6QKFWBIaKvnFG0Sm2j7vL'

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