After you finish the basic setup for Reserve with Google, your account will be set up and you will have access to the Reserve with Google Partner Portal. This allows you to manage your integration with Reserve with Google.
Create a SSH public / private key pair
This pair of keys is used to securely log in to the Google-provided SFTP dropboxes. The public key has the following format:
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQCXsM9ycbHV6E6t2L+B4p/uYHn9Q0jmu5gUXMYnFnnf4l39xrznfDo8KCASzRrqUkRnuzrno059CvZVzcljkbwWLzKKoE1EwbzHL3nYahMB4MdYNWhBbHbB+ybq6RNO7hkoKDBIQCfqQDY0FEB6sV3d3F1WYl0bAMjp15yyZJzMKa/rRnZKWetHlcL1X+gFWmW2hQ93foPD463gb58/25GujjsS/tzjngw7UJMVkm08U1QEY3z3DE/R++7ovJozTCzH0CTNDN0AH3/oSC3dmG+yDh3ZXFATjWjyPXJSOziNrp9TXgJhlqSmoHcPvpotMVjx21kIZ+T+SusQmnG+hK+L email@example.com
Don't include new line breaks in the key.
Create your SFTP dropboxes
Once you sign in to the Partner Portal, perform the following steps:
- Browse to the Onboarding Tasks tab.
- Enter your public SSH key.
- Click Submit.
This creates a set of SFTP dropboxes for both sandbox and production environments for you to use. You can find the SFTP dropbox usernames in the Feeds page within the Partner Portal. Your Google Cloud Project can access the sandbox and production Maps Booking API services, and a unique Partner ID (Aggregator ID) is assigned to your account.