Configuring APIM Analytics - API Manager 2.0.0 (2023)

This section explains how to configure analytics for WSO2 API Manager. API Manager integrates withWSO2 analytical platformto provide reports, statistics and graphs on the APIs deployed in the WSO2 API Manager. You can configure alerts to monitor these APIs and detect unusual activity, manage locations through geolocation statistics, and perform detailed analysis of logs.

By default, WSO2 API Manager has a port offset of 0 (no port offset) and WSO2 API Manager Analytics has an offset of 1. Therefore, this guide assumes that you don't have any other carbon servers running on the same machine with port offsets of 0 or 1.

click noquick setuptab for setting up analyzes for quick demos and test scenarios, or click theDefault settingguide to configuring analytics for a production environment.

Some documentation links point to the WSO2 DAS documentation intentionally, as the API Manager Analytics server is built on top of the WSO2 DAS.

  • quick setup
  • Default setting

This configuration mode is only recommended for non-critical demos and quick test scenarios. After running the servers you will notice that there are database files being created in the directory where you installed both servers. These are H2 databases that contain the summarized data from your Analytics API. In a more standard deployment, this data is logged to database servers like MySQL, Oracle, etc. Therefore, this mode of operation is not recommended.for production degree orother critical deployments.

  1. Download the WSO2 API Manager and WSO2 APIM Analytics distributions (zip files) and extract both files into the same directory (preferably an empty directory).

    How to download...

    1. Go tohttps://wso2.com/api-management/previous-releases/
    2. selectVersion 2.0.0in the drop-down list.
    3. Enter your email address.
      Configuring APIM Analytics - API Manager 2.0.0 (1)
    4. CliqueDownloadto download the WSO2 API Manager binarydistributionand extract the ZIP file.
    5. CliqueDownloadto download WSO2 API-M Analytics and extract the ZIP file.
  2. Follow the steps below to install WSO2 APIM Analytics. Since this procedure is identical to installing the WSO2 Data Analytics Server (DAS), these steps take you to the DAS documentation for details.
    1. Make sure you have complied with theInstallation prerequisites.
    2. Go to the installation instructions relevant to your operating system:
      • Installing on Linux
      • Installing on Windows
      • Installing as a Windows Service
      • Installing as a Linux Service
  3. To enable Analytics, open the/repository/conf/api-manager.xmlfile and set theAbleproperty underAnalysisforTRUEas shown below. Save this change.

    TRUE

    If you are working in a distributed (clustered) API Manager configuration, make the instructed configurations to be done in the API Manager on the Publisher, Storage, and Gateway nodes.

  4. share the WSO2AM_STATS_DB data source between WSO2 API-M and WSO2 APIM Analytics as follows.
    1. open the /repository/conf/datasources/master-datasources.xml file and make sure that a configuration for the WSO2AM_STATS_DB datasource is included in your datasource settings. The default configuration that is already available in master-datasources.xml file is as follows. It is configured for the embedded h2 database by default. You can change the data source according to the database you usereferring toforchange statistics data source.

       WSO2AM_STATS_DB The data source used to get statistics for the API Manager  jdbc/WSO2AM_STATS_DB    jdbc:h2:../tmpStatDB/WSO2AM_STATS_DB;DB_CLOSE_ON_EXIT=FALSE;LOCK_TIMEOUT=60000;AUTO_SERVER=TRUE wso2carbon wso2carbon false org.h2.Driver 50 60000 true SELECT 1< /validationQuery>30000  
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    2. open the/repository/conf/datasources/stats-datasources.xmlfile and make sure that the same configuration as

      WSO2AM_STATS_DB no/repository/conf/datasources/master-datasources.xmlfile (mentioned inunder previousstep) isadded inthis.

  5. open the/repository/conf/log4j.propertiesfile.Add theTHE AGENTto the end of the root register, as shown below.

    This setting is only required if you want to analyze WSO2 API-M logs using Log Analyzer.If you are working in a distributed (clustered) API Manager configuration, follow these steps in Gateway Node configuration.

    log4j.rootLogger=, THE_AGENT
  6. Start the WSO2 API-M Analytics server and then start the API Manager server. To start a WSO2 product server, navigate to the/bindirectory in your console and run one of the following scripts as relevant.
    1. No Windows:wso2server.bat --run
    2. On Linux/Mac OS:sh wso2server.sh

You can now start using the API Manager for your normal operations and the required Analytics functionality is enabled.

Follow the instructions below to configure API-M Analytics for a production environment.

  • Step 1 - Download WSO2 API-M Analytics
  • Passo 2 - Instalar WSO2 API-M Analytics
  • Step 3 - Configure the WSO2 API Manager to Publish Statistics
  • Step 4 - Configure Log Analyzer
  • Step 5 - Protect the log4j properties file with a secure vault
  • Step 6 - Configure the Databases
  • Step 7 - Configure the keystores

Step 1 - Download WSO2 API-M Analytics

How to download...

  1. Go tohttps://wso2.com/api-management/previous-releases/

  2. selectVersion 2.0.0in the drop-down list.

  3. Enter your email address.

    Configuring APIM Analytics - API Manager 2.0.0 (2)

  4. CliqueDownloadto download the WSO2 API Manager binary distribution and extract the ZIP file.

  5. CliqueDownloadto download WSO2 API-M Analytics and extract the ZIP file.

Passo 2 - Instalar WSO2 API-M Analytics

Follow the steps below to install WSO2 API-M Analytics. Since this procedure is identical to installing the WSO2 Data Analytics Server (DAS), these steps take you to the DAS documentation for details.

  1. Make sure you have complied with theInstallation prerequisites.
  2. Go to the installation instructions relevant to your operating system:
    • Installing on Linux
    • Installing on Windows
    • Installing as a Windows Service
    • Installing as a Linux Service

Step 3 - Configure the WSO2 API Manager to Publish Statistics

Follow the instructions below to make the necessary settings for WSO2 API-M to publish statistics to the WSO2 API-M Analytics server.

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If you are working in a distributed (clustered) API Manager configuration, make the instructed configurations to be done in the API Manager on the Publisher, Storage, and Gateway nodes.

  1. open the/repository/conf/api-manager.xmlfile.
  2. Undersubelement, defines orAbleparameter forTRUE.
  3. Configure the following parameters, if necessary.

    ParameterValorDescription
    ://:/ The URL of the remote DAS/CEP server used to collect WSO2 API Manager statistics. An event can also be published to multiple receiver groups, where each group has one or more receivers. Recipient groups are delimited by braces, while recipients are delimited by commas.

    for example, three receivers within a single group can be specified as follows.
    tcp://localhost:7612,tcp://localhost:7613,tcp://localhost:7614

    Two groups of receivers with two receivers each can be specified as follows.
    {tcp://localhost:7612,tcp://localhost:7613},{tcp://localhost:7712,tcp://localhost:7713}

    A valid admin username

    The administrator username for logging into the remote DAS/CEP server that collects WSO2 API Manager statistics.

    It is necessary to change the valuesDASUsernameeDASsenhaparameters if the WSO2 API-M user is different from the WSO2 DAS/CEP user. The default value${admin.username}retrieves the current API-M node admin user as the DASUsername.

    The password for the specified username.

    The administrator password for logging in to the remote DAS/CEP server that collects WSO2 API Manager statistics.

    It is necessary to change the valuesDASUsernameeDASsenhaparameters if the WSO2 API-M user is different from the WSO2 DAS/CEP user. The default value${admin.password}retrieves the current API-M node admin user as theDASUsername

    https:/:The WSO2 DAS (WSO2 API-M Analytics) REST API URL. The WSO2 DAS REST API connection information, included in the REST API-M connection information, are defined as global properties as they are common to all WSO2 API-M probes.
    A valid admin usernameThe administrator username for logging in to the remoteServidor WSO2 DAS (WSO2 API-M Analytics).
    The password for the specified username.The administrator password for logging in to the remote control Servidor WSO2 DAS (WSO2 API-M Analytics).
  4. Save Changes.

Step 4 - Configure Log Analyzer

This setting is only required if you want to analyze WSO2 API-M logs using Log Analyzer.If you are working in a distributed (clustered) API Manager configuration, follow these steps in Gateway Node configuration.

Follow the steps below to configure Log Analyzer.

  1. To addTHE AGENTat the end of the root logger in/repository/conf/log4j.propertiesfile as shown below.

    log4j.rootLogger=, THE_AGENT


    Then check and make sure the following configuration is available in the same file. Modify the values ​​foruser name,passwordand/orurlif necessary.

    The values ​​provided below are the default values ​​for the configuration.

    If you have multiple analytic nodes set up, seeConfigurando Multi Receiver e Load Balancing Data Agentto understand how to configureDAS_AGENT.url

    # DAS_AGENT é definido para ser um Appender de log personalizado.log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT=org.wso2.carbon.analytics.shared.data.agents.log4j.appender.LogEventAppender# DAS_AGENT usa PatternLayout.log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.layout=org .wso2.carbon.analytics.shared.data.agents.log4j.util.TenantAwarePatternLayoutlog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.columnList=%D,%S,%A,%d,%c,%p,%m,%H,% I,%Stacktracelog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.userName=adminlog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.password=adminlog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.url=tcp://localhost:7612log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.maxTolerableConsecutiveFailure=5log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.streamDef=loganalyzer :1.0.0
  2. If the API-M server and the DAS server run on two different hosts with their default certificates, set theHostnameVerifierforallow allnoPass through HTTP SSL sendersection of/repository/conf/axis2/axis2.xmlfile as follows. If this setting is not changed, thejavax.net.ssl.SSLException: Hostname check failed for hostexception may occur for API-M instance.

     true   repository/resources/security/wso2carbon.jks JKS wso2carbon wso2carbon< /KeyStore>   repository/resources/security/client-truststore.jks JKS< Password> wso2carbon   AllowAll 
  3. If WSO2 API Manager was started before these settings, restart it to apply the changes.

Step 5 - Take or log4j properties file with a secure vault

Using secure vaults allows you to avoid exposing passwords by having them in plain text on thelog4j properties file.Follow the procedure below if you want to protect thelog4j propertiesfile with a secure vault.

  1. If you haven't generated thesegredo-conf.propertiesfile with default values, navigate to the/bindirectory and run the following command to generate it. This generates thesegredo-conf.properties file in/repository/conf/securitydirectory. If you have already generated this file, proceed to Step 2.
    sh ciphertool.sh -Dconfigure

    Enter wso2carbon as the keystore password when the following appears in the console.
    [Type the primary password for the CarbonServer keystore : ]

  2. Run the following command from/bindirectory. This outputs the encrypted value for the clear text password.
    sh ciphertool.sh
    1. Type wso2carbon when the following appears in the console.
      [Enter the primary password for the Carbon server keystore:]
    2. Enter admin as the input value when the following appears in the log. (This value is entered from the secret-conf.properties file generated in step 1.)
      [Enter plain text value:]
      [Please enter the value again:]
    The following output is displayed on the console.

    Encryption is successful

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    The encrypted value is:
    MpfXhKP+iJSImA/KNa+DoOXCPQAyF3JLhlFNAdG6F3naWK+N1/WEWOJkFx4kK34i1VtkywNN9SiC
    MRQGTFw+nqzK5/INgcFFdoxv49lM/FJw8CyXKQ0JWdxw5QJPtrjJzvGp6Rj6xt4ysb6HdG5uNG+a
    1E0lqdmzGUYQ6oejIlk=

  3. open the/repository/conf/security/ ciphertext.propertiesfile and add the following entry.

    log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.password=MpfXhKP+iJSImA/KNa+DoOXCPQAyF3JLhlFNAdG6F3naWK+N1/WEWOJkFx4kK34i1VtkywNN9SiCMRQGTFw+nqzK5/INgcFFdoxv49lM/FJw8CyXKQ0JWdxw 5QJPtrjJzvGp6Rj6xt4ysb6HdG5uNG+a1E0lqdmzGUYQ6oejIlk=
  4. open the/repository/conf/log4j.propertiesfile and set the password aslog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.password=secretAlias:log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.password(as shown below).

    log4j.appender.DAS_AGENTt=org.wso2.carbon.analytics.shared.data.agents.log4j.appender.LogEventAppenderlog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.layout=org.wso2.carbon.analytics.shared.data.agents.log4j.util. TenantAwarePatternLayoutlog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.columnList=%D,%S,%A,%d,%c,%p,%m,%H,%I,%Stacktracelog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.userName=adminlog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT. password=secretAlias:log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.passwordlog4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.url=tcp://localhost:7612log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.maxTolerableConsecutiveFailure=5log4j.appender.DAS_AGENT.streamDef=loganalyzer:1.0.0
  5. Start the WSO2 API Manager server by running one of the following commands from the/bindirectory.
    • No Windows:wso2server.bat --run
    • On Linux/Mac OS:sh wso2server.sh

To typewso2carbonwhen the following appears in the console.
[Enter keystore and private key password:]

If you want to start the server as a background process, perform the following steps before starting the server.

  1. Create a file calledsenha-tmp.txtnodirectory. To addwso2carbon(the primary keystore password) to this file and save.

    By default, the password provider assumes that the private key and keystore passwords are the same. If you want them to be different, the private key password must be entered on the second line of the file.

  2. The keystore password is chosen in thesenha-tmp.txtfile. This file is automatically deleted from the file system when you start the server. Be sure to add this temporary file every time you start the server as a background process.

    If you name the password filepassword-persist.txtinstead ofsenha-tmp.txt, the file will not be deleted after the server starts. Therefore, it is not necessary to provide thepassword insubsequentbeginners.

Step 6 - Configure the Databases

Setting up databases allows you to persist API-related data, process and analyze it. Follow the procedure below to configure the databases.

The following is a list of database versions that are supported by WSO2 APIM Analytics.

  • Postgres 9.5 e posterior
  • MySQL 5.6
    MySQL 5.7
  • Oracle 12c
  • Servidor MS SQL 2012
  • DB2
  1. open the/repository/conf/datasources/analytics-datasources.xmlfile. Note that two data sources named asWSO2_ANALYTICS_EVENT_STORE_DBeWSO2_ANALYTICS_PROCESSED_DATA_STORE_DBare configured by default to point to H2 databases.
  2. Create two database schemas on your database server (MySQL, Oracle, etc) for the two data sources and change the settings for those data sources to point to the relevant schemas. A sample configuration is provided below.

    The database user provided here requires permissions to create tables.

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     WSO2_ANALYTICS_EVENT_STORE_DB The data source used for storing analytical records   jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/stats_200 ?autoReconnect=true&relaxAutoCommit=true root root com.mysql.jdbc.Driver 50 60000 true SELECT 1 30000 false  
    • if you are usingDB2, runthis scriptbefore starting the WSO2 API-M Analytics server.

    • if you are usingMySQL 5.7, Open /repository/conf/analytics/spark/spark-jdbc-config.xml and configure thestringTypeproperty under thetypeMappingelement as follows.
      VARCHAR(100)

    if you are usingMSSQL, AddSendStringParametersAsUnicodeproperty for the database connection url in the data source configuration in/repository/conf/datasources/analytics-datasources.xmlas shown below to avoid blocking issues caused when the same table row is updated in two or more sessions at the same time.

    SQLSERVER_JDBC_URL;SendStringParametersAsUnicode=false

  3. share theWSO2AM_STATS_DBdata source between WSO2 API-M and WSO2 API-M Analytics as follows.

    1. open the/repository/conf/datasources/master-datasources.xmlfile and make sure that a configuration for theWSO2AM_STATS_DBdata source is included. The default configuration is as follows.

       WSO2AM_STATS_DB The data source used to define statistics for the API Manager  jdbc/WSO2AM_STATS_DB    jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/WSO2AM_STATS_DB?autoReconnect=true&relaxAutoCommit=true root root com. mysql.jdbc.Driver 50 60000 true SELECT 1 30000 false  

      Youneed to enable analytics on the publisher, store, and gateway nodes. However, you need to add this data source configuration on gateway nodes. The following table provides more information about using Analytics from API Manager components in a distributed environment.

      Componentenable statsPublished EventsClay statsDB
      Gateway_ManagerYES only if you accept the requestYES only if you accept the requestNO
      Gateway_workerSIMSIMNO
      Key ManagerNONONO
      EditorSIMNOSIM
      StoreSIMSIMSIM
      traffic managerNONONO

      You do not need to enable analytics on the Key Manager and Traffic Manager nodes as these components do not read or publish statistics. Although gateway nodes publish events, they are not reading statisticsdata base. Therefore,it is not necessary to add the WSO2AM_STATS_DB data source setting to the gateway nodes. The publisher node reads statistics but does not publish events. So you can disable editor startup event on editor startup by settingvalue as true in/repository/conf/api-manager.xml. API Storeit pearstatistics and also publishevents. Therefore,we need to keep the statsource setting for statsDB in the Store node as well.

    2. open the/repository/conf/datasources/stats-datasources.xmlfile and make sure the same setting in the/repository/conf/datasources/master-datasources.xml (mentioned in the previous substep) is added to it.
  4. No/repository/conf/datasources/stats-datasources.xmlfile, a data source calledWSO2AM_STATS_DBis configured by default to point to H2 databases.

    Create a schema on your database server similar toWSO2AM_STATS_DBdatasource. Make sure this datasource points to the relevant schema.

    The database user provided here requires permissions to create tables.

  5. Download and copy the relevant database driver JAR file to the/repository/components/libdirectory.
  6. Start the WSO2 API-M Analytics server.

Step 7 - Configure the keystores

In the SSL handshake between the API Manager and API Manager Analytics servers, the client (i.e. API Manager) needs to verify the certificate presented by the server (i.e. API Manager Analytics). To do this, the client stores the server's trusted certificate in thecliente-truststore.jkskeystore.

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If you use a custom keystore in API Manager and/or API Manager Analytics, import the API Manager Analytics public key certificate into thecliente-truststore.jksAPI Manager file. To export the public key from the server and import it into the client's truststore, follow the steps provided inIncluding CA-signed certificates in keystoresin the Administration Guide.

clearing analytics data

You can purge historical data in API Manager Analytics by purging data.By purging data, you can achieve high performance in data analysis without removing parsed summary data. When clearing data, only stream data generated by the API Manager is cleared. Referclearing analytics dataFor more informations.

FAQs

How to configure Analytics in WSO2 API Manager? ›

Step 3 - Configure WSO2 API Manager to publish statistics
  1. Open the <API-M_HOME>/repository/conf/deployment. toml file.
  2. Enable API-M Analytics. Uncomment the following section as shown below. [apim.analytics] enable = true.
  3. Save the change. Note. If you enable email user, you need to configure @carbon. ...
  4. Save the changes.

How to install WSO2 API Manager in Windows? ›

Download the product installer (msi file) from product installation web page by clicking on Windows tile. Then double click and open the downloaded WSO2 product installer (msi file). Then install the WSO2 product using the user interface.

How to use WSO2 API Manager? ›

Design Your First API
  1. Install Oracle Java SE Development Kit (JDK) version JDK 11 or 1.8 and set the JAVA_HOME environment variable. ...
  2. Download the version 3.2. ...
  3. Start WSO2 API Manager by navigating to the /bin directory using the command-line and execute the following command wso2server.

How do I start API manager? ›

  1. Step 1 - Download and setup the API Controller.
  2. Step 2 - Create an API.
  3. Step 3 - Publish the API.

How do I add and enable Analytics API? ›

How to Set Up Google Analytics API: Step by Step Guide
  1. Step 1: Create a new project.
  2. Step 2: Enable Google Analytics API.
  3. Step 3: Create Google Analytics API credentials.
  4. Step 4: Fill out OAuth consent screen.
  5. Step 5: Get Google Analytics API keys.
  6. Conclusion.
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How do I create a new API in WSO2 API manager? ›

Create a REST API
  1. Go to CREATE API and Click Design a New REST API.
  2. Click CREATE or CREATE & PUBLISH to create the API. The overview page of the newly created API appears.
  3. Configure the API design configurations. ...
  4. Configure the runtime configurations. ...
  5. Configure the resources. ...
  6. Optionally, view the API definition.

How do I run WSO2 on Windows? ›

  1. Open a command prompt: Windows: Start -> Run, type cmd at the prompt, and press Enter. Linux/Mac OS: establish a SSH connection to the server or log in to the text Linux console.
  2. Execute one of the following commands, to start the server. On Windows: <IS_HOME>/bin/wso2server.bat --run.

How to install ws02? ›

Download and install the product
  1. Go to the WSO2 Integration product page, click Download → Previous Releases. You can now download WSO2 EI 6.4. 0 version. ...
  2. Double-click to open the installation wizard, which will guide you through the installation. When you finish, the product will be installed and ready for use.

How to install Windows Package Manager? ›

The easiest way to make sure you have Windows Package Manager on your PC is to grab the latest version of App Installer from the Microsoft Store. This is usually used to sideload Windows App Packages. But it also contains what you need for the Windows Package Manager.

What is the default URL for WSO2 API Manager? ›

The default URL of WSO2 API Manager Developer Portal is https://<HostName>:9443/devportal .

How to deploy API in API Manager? ›

Click Deploy Application and click Open in Browser to grab the URL of your published API and integration from Runtime Manager. This will open the application deployment window where you can select the environment you'll be publishing to (same as prior steps), set the runtime version, resource allocation, etc.

How to configure open API? ›

Validating An OpenAPI Specification
  1. paste in the contents of the spec file – this page will dynamically generate and resolve errors as the specification is edited on the page.
  2. apply edits as necessary.
  3. supply the updated spec to the scanner via the app.openApiConf configuration.
  4. scan the application.

Why do I need an API manager? ›

An API management system allows developers to store documentation in a portal where developers inside and outside the organization can access it. This centralized repository allows engineers to quickly implement the proper methods to call the API and know what response to expect, smoothing the onboarding process.

What is the purpose of API manager? ›

API Manager provides the following functionality: Seamless integration with Informatica Cloud Application Integration to manage APIs for Informatica Cloud Application Integration services using REST and SOAP protocols. Creation and management of custom APIs that are external to the Informatica environment.

How do I check my API connect Analytics? ›

Use the IBM API Connect Analytics Discover tab to create and run searches against your analytics data. You can obtain analytics and API event data from the API Manager user interface of IBM API Connect or by using REST API calls.

How do I enable analytics in service now? ›

All users can enable/disable tracking in the mobile application at Settings > Analytics > Enable Analytics.

How do I use Analytics reporting API? ›

How to connect to the Analytics API
  1. Step 1: Create a Project in Google API. The first step to connect to the Google Analytics API is to create your project. ...
  2. Step 2: Activate the Google Analytics Reporting API. ...
  3. Step 3: Get Your API Keys. ...
  4. Step 3B: Get your API Keys (via Service Account)
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How do I make API active in API manager? ›

Configuring API Manager

You can login to AnyPoint Platform and navigate to API Manager => Manage API from Exchange and select your RAML. Select Managing type as Basic Endpoint ad check on “Check this box if you are managing this API in Mule 4 or above“. Click Save.

How to create new API in Spring Boot? ›

To create REST API, we need to:
  1. Create the Spring Boot Project.
  2. Configure JPA, Spring Data Source and Hibernate.
  3. Create an Entity Class.
  4. Create JPA (Java Persistence API) Data Repository layer.
  5. Create Rest Controllers and map API requests.
  6. Build and run the Project.
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How to create API in Oracle? ›

Create an API
  1. On the API Platform Cloud Management Portal login page, enter your user name and password, and then click Sign In.
  2. In the Management Portal navigation menu, click APIs. ...
  3. On the APIs page, click Create.
  4. In the Create API dialog, enter the following values: ...
  5. Click Create to create a new API.

Where is WSO2 installed? ›

Note: For Windows operating system, WSO2 Identity Server product distribution will install to (CARBON_HOME)

How do I connect to a WSO2 database? ›

Installing and Configuring the Databases
  1. Unzip the WSO2 API Manager pack. ...
  2. Download and install MySQL Server.
  3. Download the MySQL JDBC driver.
  4. Unzip the downloaded MySQL driver archive, and copy the MySQL JDBC driver JAR ( mysql-connector-java-x.x.xx-bin.
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Is WSO2 store a Web application or key manager? ›

WSO2 is a web application.

Is ws02 free? ›

At WSO2, we provide free open source software – which can be used and improved by anyone – together with valuable business services that help customers save time at a reasonable cost.

How do I uninstall WSO2 API manager? ›

Go to the Start Menu -> Programs -> WSO2 -> Uninstall <PRODUCT_NAME_VERSION> or search Uninstall <PRODUCT_NAME_VERSION> and click the shortcut icon. This will uninstall the product from your computer.

What is the default package manager for Windows? ›

The Windows Package Manager, or winget as it is commonly referred to, is Microsoft's version of a Linux-style package manager. Winget was released in 2020 as an open-source command-line utility package manager and contains a wide range of available applications for users to install from.

What is Windows Package Manager called? ›

What Is the Windows Package Manager (winget)? Microsoft's take on a package manager in the Linux vein is called the Windows Package Manager, or winget, as it is more widely known. winget is an open-source command-line tool package manager introduced in 2020 with Windows 10.

What are the default credentials for ws02 API manager? ›

WSO2 IoT Server has the admin user created by default. This user is also known as the super administrator as it has all the permissions assigned to it. The default username and password of this user is admin .

What is the default HTTP port for WSO2? ›

The default HTTP and HTTPS ports (without offset) of a WSO2 product are 9763 and 9443 respectively.

What is the default password for WSO2 API manager? ›

Login with the admin credentials (default is admin/admin).

How to secure API without API Manager? ›

The basic idea follows the following steps:
  1. Add client_id and clident_secret traits in your RAML.
  2. Create an auth flow that will validate client id and secret.
  3. Add a flow reference just after the listener component of the API interface.
  4. Add expected client id and client secret in a properties file in an encrypted format.
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How to connect API to API? ›

To connect to an API from the APIs tab, click the API and then click the Connect button to enter the account information. Note: To successfully connect to an API, its API definition must meet a set of OpenAPI requirements.

How long does it take to deploy API management? ›

Deploying API Management

The deployment takes about 2 minutes. In case we'd deployed with SKU Developer , we'd need to wait up to an hour. You can verify this by going into your portal and navigate to your new instance.

How do I add API to API manager in Anypoint platform? ›

To Set Up an API (API Manager)
  1. In Anypoint Platform, click API Manager.
  2. On the API Administration page, click Add new API.
  3. Enter a name, version, and brief description of your API. For example: API Name: placeholder. ...
  4. Skip entering a URL for API Endpoint. This URL is not required at this point.
  5. Click Add.

How to post API to server? ›

To make a POST request to an API endpoint, you need to send an HTTP POST request to the server and specify a Content-Type request header that specifies the data media type in the body of the POST API request. The Content-Length header indicates the data size in the POST message body.

How do I mask information in WSO2 API manager? ›

  1. Overview.
  2. Step 1 - Download Streaming Integrator and Dependencies.
  3. Step 2 - Create the Siddhi Application.
  4. Step 3 - Deploy the Siddhi Application.
  5. Step 4 - Run the Siddhi Application.
  6. Step 5 - Update the Siddhi Application.
  7. Step 6 - Handle Errors.
  8. Step 7 - Monitor Statistics.

How do I access my H2 database in WSO2? ›

Browsing the H2 Database
  1. Open the <IS_HOME>/repository/conf/deployment. toml file and add the following configuration. [database_configuration] enable_h2_console = "true"
  2. WSO2 Identity Server ships with two datasources. They are by default connected to the default H2 database.

How to create SOAP API in WSO2 API Manager? ›

Log in to the API Publisher and click ADD NEW API. Select the option to design an API with an existing SOAP endpoint, give the endpoint URL and click Start Creating.

How to get Google Analytics data using API nodejs? ›

Create a new Project and give an appropriate name for it, like the below:
  1. Create-New-Project. Configure a Service Account. ...
  2. Select-Your-Project. ...
  3. Create-Service-Account. ...
  4. View-Service-Account. ...
  5. Keys-Listing. ...
  6. Create-Private-Key. ...
  7. Select-Google-Analytics-API. ...
  8. Enable-Google-Analytics-API-original.

What types of alerts can be configured from the API Manager *? ›

Application alerts and events
Alert NameAlert Type
Approve Application API Access RequestGovernance
Application API Access ApprovedGovernance
Remove Application API AccessGovernance
Enable Application API AccessGovernance
6 more rows

Can you unmask masked data? ›

Data masking is different from encryption. Encrypted data can be decrypted and returned to its original state with the correct encryption key. With masked data, there is no algorithm to recover the original values.

What is masking in API? ›

Data masks enable you to specify data that will be filtered out of trace sessions. Data masking is only enabled when a trace session (also called a debug session) is enabled for an API proxy. If no trace session are enabled on an API proxy, then the data will not be masked.

What is the default JDBC URL for H2 database? ›

The other processes then need to access the database over TCP/IP or TLS, using a database URL such as: jdbc:h2:tcp://localhost/mem:db1 . By default, closing the last connection to a database closes the database.

How to setup H2 database locally? ›

Click Windows → type H2 Console → Click H2 console icon. Connect to the URL http://localhost:8082. At the time of connecting, the H2 database will ask for database registration as shown in the following screenshot.

What is the default URL for H2 database? ›

Accessing the H2 Console

By default, the H2 console is not enabled in Spring. Then, after starting the application, we can navigate to http://localhost:8080/h2-console, which will present us with a login page.

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