Getting stuck on final step of building connector - read data after schema declaration

Need to understand which type of Authenticator Header to use for our API connector build. API Connector to build- Join Portal {Quickstart}
As you can see the API call requires a ‘X-API-KEY’ header passed with access-key value. but we are unable to make that call here in python cdk development. We recieve an Http 403 Forbidden message. PFA attached the ss of the same.

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Hi! You just need to use an API key. Like in this tutorial the API key field is called access_key

Does that make sense?

Hi Natya. Tanks for the quick repsonse. We got our issue resolved. The problem was with the Authenticator instance used inside our We initially were using TokenAuthenticator but moving to BasicHttpAuthenticator resolved the problem.

Anywas my current problem is now after I ran docker build … I recieve a success completion noti. Now How do I get my connector inside my airbyte UI. Can you help after this??

Glad to hear that. The info on how to add the connector in the UI, and much more, can be found in our documents: