Store the Gateway Token
When you add a gateway, the response contains a token element that represents the specific gateway (it’s like the gateway’s ID). You don’t need to create a new gateway token every time you want to run a transaction.
Your token will look something like this
Make sure to store the gateway token for future use
. Future references to that gateway will use the same token.
If you forget to save a gateway’s token, you can always use the API to list all your provisioned gateways