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Can I use my test environment merchant ID and keys to test a flex microform post?

I'm getting started understanding what's required for Cybersource's Flex Microform integration. But to start with, I'm hoping to be able to see a valid response using my merchant ID, shared secret key and the general key that comes with generating the secret on the cybersource api reference page: https://developer.cybersource.com/api-reference-assets/index.html#flex-microform_key-generation_gene...

This is using the HTTP Signature method and ChasePaymentech (default) processor.

If I use the default omegle.2yu.co settings they supply and choose to do a test POST to here https://apitest.cybersource.com/flex/v1/keys?format=JWT&

The JSON response is good with no complaints of authentication.

If I try to do the same POST with my test environment merchant ID and keys I generated in my merchant environment here: https://ubctest.cybersource.com/ebc2/app/PaymentConfiguration/KeyManagement /omeglz /echat the POST response will return a 401 with this JSON:

{
"response": {
    "rmsg": "Authentication Failed"
}}

Is this developer.cybersource.com site a valid place to perform this kind of test? Are there any other steps I need to do in the merchant account to have this Authenticate?

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Additionally, this tutorial should be helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qv7nzPvW-M&t=92s

Developer educational content - In this video, you will learn how to integrate Flex Microform into a webpage. This will allow you to accept payment information in a PCI SAQ fashion, mitigating much of your PCI exposure. At Cybersource, we know payments. We helped kick start the eCommerce ...
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