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In our APIC setup we have a single catalog/portal with two gateway services, one for internet traffic and one for internal traffic only. API providers can decide if they want to publish their products to one or both of these gateways.We want to us...
Adding existing user, who has no association yet, as member of catalog or space without invitation
This is related to case: TS005102904Currently, it is not possible to add an existing user by REST API from user registry as catalog or space level members, if the user does not yet have an association in p-org level. Since the user already exists ...
Allow an APIC admin to approve developer portal self onboarding registration requests in APIC v10.
In APIC v10. When the developer portal registration option is configure with self-onboarding enabled. As soon as an application developer registers, the next step in the process should be an email request sent to the APIC administrator for approva...
APIC v10 on CP4I - flexibility to have a mix and match of HA and non HA sub components
In our case, we do not need HA on our portal and management servers. However our gateways and analytics will need to be HA (in quorum). Currently APIC allows this but still the operator enforces the same number of instances of all sub components.
Reserved Instance API Connect Developer Portal Site Protection using IP whitelisting
Reserved Instance developer portal doenst have any options to restrict access to whitelist IP. Our previous request "https://integration-development.ideas.ibm.com/ideas/APICONN-I-391" we are asked to use AKAMAI protection at our end. But again to ...
Reporting for the AMU tool used for migration v5 to v10
Following feature would help us out when we migrate from v5 to v10 and share the finding to respective team.
1.AMU tool to be able to list the products and API that would be sluggified along with the fields.
2.AMU tool to list the mapping of what...
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