Managing Your Developer Portal Settings

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Each Org can have a Developer Portal site where you can publish your APIs to make them available to consumers outside the SnapLogic ecosystem. To match your organization’s brand, you can customize the appearance of your Developer Portal landing page and modify the suffix of the Developer Portal URL.

Because the Developer Portal is designed to be accessed by anyone who has the URL, all Developer Portal users must have at least read-only access to your published APIs. SnapLogic strongly recommends that you set up API policies if you prefer to restrict access to individual APIs.


  • Org Admin role

Set Up Your Developer Portal

  1. In SnapLogic Manager, go to API Management > Portal Manager > Settings.

  2. Fill in the required fields. See the Developer Portal Settings section below for details.

  3. Click Save. You can modify these settings at any time.

  4. Validate your settings by clicking the external site icon ( ) to launch your Developer Portal.

Developer Portal Settings





Portal URL Suffix

The suffix for your Developer Portal URL.

What you enter in this field is automatically appended to Portal URL.

Portal URL

(Read-only) The full URL to your Developer Portal.

To copy your Developer Portal URL to your clipboard, click the copy icon ( ) next to the Portal URL value.


The thumbnail image for your Developer Portal.

The image must be JPG, PNG, or SVG with a maximum image size of 256px x 256px and a maximum file size of 10MB.

Banner Image

The background image for the landing page of your Developer Portal.

The image must be JPG, PNG, or SVG with a maximum image size of 2000px x 1200px and a maximum file size of 10MB.

Portal Title

The title of your Developer Portal. This appears at the top banner of all pages of your Developer Portal.

Must be no more than 50 characters.

Banner Image Text

The title displayed over your banner image in the landing page.

Must be no more than 120 characters

Banner Text Alignment

The position of the Banner Image Text on the landing page: Left, Center, or Right.

Terms of Service URL

The URL where API consumers can read the terms of service for using your Developer Portal and your APIs.

Company Website URL

Your organization’s website.

Contact Us - Email Address

The email address where your API consumers can contact you.

Manage Categories

Categories to classify published APIs in the Developer Portal.

Category names must be unique within the Org.

Documentation – OpenAPI Viewer

(Read-only) The type of API documentation used for each API published in the Developer Portal.

CORS Setting » Enable Try Me

If selected, API consumers can try out an API to see what it returns before subscribing to it.

For older JCC nodes (Snaplex Version 4.28 and older), changes to this setting might not take effect for up to two hours due to caching.
Learn how to determine your Snaplex’s version.

If a CORS Restriction policy is defined at the API or API version level, that policy takes precedence over the default CORS settings for the Developer Portal.
Learn how to configure a CORS Restriction policy at the API or API version level.