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Supporting the integration of VMs hosting DataPower Gateway virtual appliances into VMware vSphere Site Recovery Manager (SRM) configuration
We use VMware vSphere Site Recovery Manager (SRM) as part of our Disaster Recovery Solution. The network and security configuration of our DR site is absolutely identical to that of the Primary site. In addition, we use DataPower Gateway virtual a...
Provide option to download APi spec in json format
The API Connect Developer Portal allows only the yaml format for downloading the definition of a published API. This results in consumers who can't consume yaml to convert it to json format using external tools which are inconsistent and not neces...
REST Request node (outbound) should support Open API 3.0 Spec
REST Request node (outbound) still supports only Swagger 2.0 in V12, do not support Open API 3.0 specification. OpenAPI (v3) is becoming a defacto standard for consuming web APIs and this contains several new features and improvements in terms of ...
about 2 months ago
in App Connect
Add subject validation option to Crypto Validation Credentials
When setting up communication over insecure channels (i.e. over Internet) it is required to narrow down list of clients that might connect to DataPower. This selection should be based on what is contained within Subject of client's certificate. Sp...
Support for payload validate policy for OpenAPI 3.0
Currently there is no support beyond JSON schema Draft 4.0 for payload validation, and this has impacted the use of the gateway assembly validate policy for Open API 3.0 APIs. This has a significant impact on their adoption of OAPI 3.0 using API C...
In V5 Developer Portal, We used to have restrict access by IP feature and in V2018 reserved instance “User Restrictions- Allo
Background:In V5 Developer Portal, we used to have restrict access by IP feature and in V2018 reserved instance User Restrictions- Allowed IP Range. When we tested this feature in V2018 - we see it's not working due to Cloud Hosting being unable ...
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