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Overview

In SnapLogic Manager, the API Manager console provides a space where you can create APIs by referencing a specification. The new API asset acts as a container for the following SnapLogic assets.

You can create an API using one of four ways:

The first version is automatically created when you create the API. However, you can create additional versions of your API and manage them.

Prerequisites

API Manager

To navigate to the API Manager, go to Manager > API Management > API Manager.

APIs and Proxies appear in this list. You can view details about the API or Proxy by clicking it. You can also set permissions on your API.

Create the API using Design First

  1. In the API Manager page, under the APIs & Proxies tab, click the add icon ( (blue star) ) and choose New API.

  2. In Create New API, choose the source of the OAS file.

  3. Click Continue.

  4. In Create New API - Options, select your API Import Configurations.

  5. Click Import and Continue.

  6. In Create New API - Details, fill in the details for the new API.

  7. Click Create.

Create the API from Existing Project Assets

  1. In the API Manager page, under the APIs & Proxies tab, click the add icon ( (blue star) ) and choose New API.

  2. In Create New API, choose Create from Existing Project and select the Project.

  3. Click Continue.

  4. In Create New API - Select Assets, select the types of assets you want to import to the new API.

  5. Click Import and Continue.

  6. In Create New API - Details, fill in the details for the new API.

  7. Click Create.

Creating an Empty API

  1. In the API Manager page, under the APIs & Proxies tab, click the add icon ( (blue star) ) and choose New API.

  2. In Create New API, choose Create Empty API.

  3. Click Continue.

  4. In Create New API - Details, fill in the details for the new API.

  5. Click Create.

Enabling "Try It Out" for your API

To allow API users to try out your API,

The Try it out button appears only if these two requirements are met.

To test the Try it out button for your API: Discovering APIs in the API Catalog

Deleting an API from the API Manager Console

To delete an API, you must delete all versions and the assets in those versions. For details, see the following topics:

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