IBM Cloud Unity SDK Core
The IBM Cloud Unity SDK Core is a core project of Unity SDKs generated using the IBM OpenAPI SDK generator. The core should be added to the
Assets directory of your Unity project
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Before you begin
Ensure that you have the following prerequisites:
- Unity. You can use the free Personal edition.
- Change the build settings in Unity (File > Build Settings) to any platform except for web player/Web GL. The IBM Watson SDK for Unity does not support Unity Web Player.
- If using Unity 2018.2 or later you'll need to set Scripting Runtime Version and Api Compatibility Level in Build Settings to .NET 4.x equivalent. We need to access security options to enable TLS 1.2.
Getting the IBM Unity SDK Core and adding it to Unity
You can get the latest SDK Core release by clicking here.
The IBM Unity SDK Core is a dependency of Unity SDKs generated using the IBM OpenAPI SDK generator. It should be added to the
Assets directory of your Unity project. _Optional: rename the Core directory from
There are several flavors of authentication supported in this package. To specify the intended authentication pattern to use, the user can pass in the parameter
authentication_type. This parameter is optional, but it may become required in a future major release. The options for this parameter are
This indicates Basic Auth is to be used. Users will pass in a
password and the SDK will generate a Basic Auth header to send with requests to the service.
This indicates that IAM token authentication is to be used. Users can pass in an
iam_apikey or an
iam_access_token. If an API key is used, the SDK will manage the token for the user. In either case, the SDK will generate a Bearer Auth header to send with requests to the service.
This indicates that the service is an instance of ICP4D, which has its own version of token authentication. Users can pass in a
password, or an
icp4d_access_token. If a username and password is given, the SDK will manage the token for the user.
icp4d_url is required for this type. In order to use an SDK-managed token with ICP4D authentication, this option must be passed in.
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