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The WSO2 Product API Store is a tool powered by WSO2 Governance Registry. This enables you to search for or view Assets, APIs and Services by using the search. You can also add new applications

Accessing from Internet/LAN

To connect to the product's Web Interface from any computer connected to Internet/LAN, follow the instructions below.

  1. Open a Web browser and access the real IP of the server. Typically, it is the IP address of the computer.

    The URL should be in the following format: 

    https://<Server Host>:9443/productapistore
  2. The Product API Store homepage opens.

Accessing from a local machine

  1. You can also connect to the product's Web Interface from the computer where it is installed by typing "localhost" instead of the IP.

  2. Once you have established a connection, the Product API Store opens.

    Sign up to the Product API Store using your credentials.

Adding a new application

  1. Click My Applications found at the top of your screen. You are directed to the Applications page where you can view and add new applications. Existing applications can be edited or deleted.

    An application can be available to a consumer at different levels of service. For example, if you have infrastructure limitations in facilitating more than a certain number of requests to an application at a time, the throttling tiers can be set accordingly so that the application can have a maximum number of requests within a defined time. The product API store comes with three default tiers, which are 'Gold', 'Silver' and 'Bronze' as defined below:

      • Bronze - Allows 1 request per minute.
      • Silver - Allows 5 requests per minute.
      • Gold - Allows 20 requests per minute.

    In addition, there is also a special tier called 'Unlimited' which gives unlimited access. That is, its throttling tier is unlimited. You can change this and set it to a restricted limit by editing the default application.

    The final request limit granted to a given user on a given API is ultimately defined by the summed output of all of these different throttling tiers together. For example, lets say two users subscribe to an API using the Gold subscription, which allows 20 requests per minute. They both use the application App1 for this subscription, which again has a throttling tier set as 20 requests per minute. All resource level throttling tiers are unlimited. In this scenario, although both users are eligible for 20 requests per minute access to the API, each ideally has a limit of only 10 requests per minute. This is due to the application-level limitation of 20 requests per minute.

    A callback URL is optional for an application.

  2. Click Add to add a new application.
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