Learn more about Sabre API environments, versioning, common errors, and more with our Developer-centric guides.
Looking to find out what makes our APIs tick? You're in the right place.
Learn more about Sabre API versioning policies and best practices.
View frequently asked questions across a variety of topics, including SOAP request format, REST token credentials, and more.
View a list of URLs to which your applicates should be migrated to to avoid using unsupported endpoints.
Learn about the multiple environments for consuming Sabre APIs for client development, customer acceptance testing, and production.
Stay in the know about common Sabre API errors to prevent a traveler's workflow from being interrupted.
Apply the solutions within this guide while importing WSDLs into Visual Studio as a Web Reference.
Learn how and when to open and close a session with a session token.
Learn how you can optimize your workflow to reduce the number of calls to the Sabre APIs production system.
Learn about Sabre's implementation of the TLS 1.2 PCI Mandate and non-compliant security protocols.
Learn more about temporary and permanent Sabre API passwords.
Learn how to to get a sessionless token using Postman, and use the token to call a given REST API.
Use one of two recommended options to construct your REST API sessionless token credentials.
Use these common schema, detailed reference guides for SOAP API set-up, and installation tips.
Learn more about how to format a request and required fields.
Learn how to integrate valuable insights into your solution with a Sabre Customer Application ID.
RPC (Remote Procedure Call) is a request-response service communication protocol. Learn more how Sabre utilizes this architecture strategy in a subset of our APIs.
Learn about the Sabre Work Area and how/when to store versus clear it.
Learn more about the multiple layers of security Sabre implements for client applications.
View a list of older APIs set for retirement.
View a list of all deprecated APIs.
Check for impact - important information related to system changes requiring customer action.