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We are build self-services for API providers and consumers by calling provider and consumer system APIs. To authenticate with the self-service, our users use our own enterprise OIDC user registry, which is used for provider and consumer API user r...
We are using APIC manager UI on daily basis in many different environments and platforms.It is easy to get confused what platform you're in fact operating on as they all looks the same, only by checking catalogs names or url can help but they stil...
Possibility to onboard users with different user registries including the ability to have a Sign-up page that defaults to the correct one dependent on audience.
Due to that we today use three different user registries depending on type of user we would like to be able to invite users in Developer’s Portal to the correct user registry. The three types of users we have identified so far are Administrators, ...
Different invitation templates depending on the targeted audience in developer’s portal.
Due to that we today use three different user registries depending on type of user we would like to have different invitation templates depending on user type. Today when inviting users in developer’s portal you are only able to have one common em...
When an end user log in in the dev portal, the used user registry should be stored in the local cache. Then select this user registry automatically when the end user opens the “sign in” page the next time.In the same way, store the preferences in ...
OAuth token based secure access to backend orchestration services
We would like support for both OAuth 2.0 and OIDC specs supported when connecting to back end services including custom grant types. Our immediate need is for client credential grant type. We expect that the token will be managed by API Connect, i...
Loosing subscriptions while publishing APIs in APIC RI
APIC RI provides us an ability to publish the APIs directly, however when we use that feature we are loosing the subscriptions. Please enhance the product and provide a publish option without loosing the subscriptions.
APIc Toolkit needs to document the support for version specific product:list requests
The documentation for the APIc Toolkit products:list command suggests this syntax be used: ./apic-slim products:list --scope catalog --server api.ef29-9c0b91ad.us-east.apiconnect.cloud.ibm.com -o appdev-iam-apic-role-testing -c patmc cfapi-version...