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API Connect has a lot of hidden good features not comprehensively documented. This can leads to wrong usage, more time for troubleshooting and support, which could be actually be saved for more productive feature development work.
For example, the apic CLI documentation in KC often describe a 'create' operation with no detailed explanation or sample and often different than the real command line live help, like missing argument SOME_FILE. There is no description of schema describing the expected FILE. This makes the command hardly usable.
Another example for REST API is the POST /token API, which describes in the schema 5 different grant types to return a token. But there is no documentation about when and how to use which grant type. Also, no documentation about related other properties like assertion, realm, code.
The REST API documentation of APIC should be the best API specification showcase for itself, shouldn't it?
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