Refer to API Management Configuration for information on how to setup set up different environments settings that are used from the APIs you create.
From the toolbar, you can switch between viewing only API Groups, or a table view with all APIs and versions listed in the hierachyhierarchy.
By pressing Search, you can toggle the search pane:
It asks you to fill in the name and a description of the group.
Click an an API Group to view the APIs within it.
When you click an an API group, you can see all the APIs currently with it, and you can edit its detail.
You can also restrict read or write access to specific groups of administrators using Ceptor Console - (see Access controlControl for information on defining groups and users)
Here, you must specify a name for this version of your API, a base path and you can chose choose to create a new API Version from a template, or copy an existing one. If you choose to copy, all settings, implementations and API specification information will be copied over to your new version.
Currently, the following templates existsexist:
- OpenAPI 2 Hello World
This is a simple hello-world API with one operation that returns an a hello message. It is written to use OpenAPI specification version 2.
- OpenAPI 3 Hello World
This is a simple hello-world API with one operation that returns an a hello message. It is written to use OpenAPI specification version 3.
The Swagger Petstore application is a more complete example of an API with many different operations.
An empty API, with no operations defined.