The API Designer allows you to create, record, compile and publish a REST-API (Representational State Transfer Application Programming Interface) in the quickest way possible. This API is based on the OpenAPI Specification and the One Identity Manager database model.
Easy and fast operation
The finished API ‘understands’ the One Identity Manager database model.
Modifications to the API are visible.
Supports the principles of good API design.
OpenAPI support: APIs that you create using the API Designer are based upon the OpenAPI specification as standard. This allows you to make use of other tools:
The main components of an API created using the API Designer are files and projects.
Basic information on API files:
You can use API files to send data to the application or request data from the application.
One API file can belong to more than one project.
The basics of API projects:
API projects combine multiple API files into logical sections. The API project includes the configuration.
To make it easier for you to start developing your API with the API Designer, One Identity provides a Software Development Kit (SDK) with lots of commented code example.
The SDK can be found on the installation medium in the directory QBM\dvd\AddOn\ApiSamples.
The following provides a rough list of the steps you must take to create an API in the API Designer.
Start the API Designer.
Create API files (in which you can define an API method, for example).
Create an API project.
Configure the authentication for the API project (e.g. Single Sign-On).
Assign the created API files to the API project.
Test the API.
Compile the API.
Save the changes to the database.
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