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When an API created in publisher portal, where does the api definition created (in wso2 folder directory)?


When an API created in publisher portal, where does the api definition created (in wso2 folder directory)?

By : Leandro Cardoso
Date : October 18 2020, 01:08 AM
Hope this helps API definition is only stored in the Registry database. It won't be stored in the physical file system.
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api created in wso2 appfactory preview api publisher is not working

api created in wso2 appfactory preview api publisher is not working


By : Hay Dane
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you First of all, if you create an API, you have to publish it by publisher. Then you have to login from WSO2 Appfactory preview and via resources page, you should click on subscribe to API and login to API store via that. Then you have to first subscribe to the particular API via your created application. Then the consumer and application keys should be generated manually or automataically once you click on the Renew API keys or API button. Then if you have provided a working production/sandbox URL during the API creation, it should work.
If you try out with the REST client, you should provide required header values. You get an OAUTH error because you havent provided the token.
Unable to view already created APIs in WSO2 APIM Publisher and Store but able to see them under subscriptions

Unable to view already created APIs in WSO2 APIM Publisher and Store but able to see them under subscriptions


By : B Hanson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Looks like an indexing issue. Shall we try what is mentioned in here. This will reindex the APIs.
How can I transfer or share apps, created in Microsoft app registration portal. I'm using Azure Active Directory and v2.

How can I transfer or share apps, created in Microsoft app registration portal. I'm using Azure Active Directory and v2.


By : Eliza
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Assuming you created your applications using your Azure Active Directory account (like your Microsoft Employee Account) you will have access to an "Owners" field where you can add new owners to the application which are in the same tenant as you.
If you are trying to transfer an application to a user from a different Tenant or using an MSA account, that is not currently supported, but something that is being considered for the future.
App created via the App Registration Portal is not visible in Azure Active Directory->App Registrations list

App created via the App Registration Portal is not visible in Azure Active Directory->App Registrations list


By : Emma Cyril
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Apps registered with a personal Microsoft account are not associated with an Azure Active Directory. They are purely associated with your Microsoft account. If you want it visible there, you need to use an Azure AD account (work/school).
They mention it here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/quickstart-v2-register-an-app
Get user roles in Publisher portal or API Publisher of WSO2 API Manager

Get user roles in Publisher portal or API Publisher of WSO2 API Manager


By : Jos3k4
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help One possible solution is to invoke a java method exposed from the APIUtil class. The method you are looking from this util class would be the getListOfRoles method which has the following signature.
code :
public static String[] getListOfRoles(String username) throws APIManagementException;
public static String[] getListOfRolesQuietly(String username);
var roleList = Packages.org.wso2.carbon.apimgt.impl.utils.APIUtil.getListOfRoles(userName);
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